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United Access Gives Back to You

November is a month where people traditionally give thanks. United Access would like to thank our customers and everyone in our local community where we do business. It has been a great pleasure serving you all through these years. We hope to continue this relationship in the many years to come. Our customers are what allow us to keep doing what we love.

As a way to express our gratitude to you, our customer, we want to give you a little extra to spend during the holidays. Now through the end of November, we will be giving away Amazon Gift Cards for your purchase of a wheelchair van, wheelchair or scooter lift, or Turny® Evo seat.

Buy any Wheelchair Van and United Access will give you a $500 Amazon Gift CardBuy wheelchair van from united access get $500 amazon gift card

Buy any BraunAbility Turny® Evo Seat and United Access will give you a $250 Amazon Gift Card. Buy a wheelchair lift or scooter lift and get $250 amazon gift card

Buy any Wheelchair or Scooter Lift and United Access will give you a $100 Amazon Gift Card. buy transfer seat from united access get $100 gift card

 

This is our way of saying THANK YOU! Thank you for being our customer and continuing to put your trust in us.

We are here for you any way you want to do business with us. 

Call, click, or come by – we are here any way you want to do business with us! Remember, this offer is only good during the month of November. Don’t wait, get your Amazon gift card today!

 

Terms and Conditions: Offer is valid November 1 through November 30, 2020. Offer is valid on new or used wheelchair vans, scooter lifts, wheelchair lifts, and BraunAbility Turny® Evo seats. Offer is not valid on previous purchases and cannot be combine with other offers.

Thank You from United Access

National Gratitude Month is observed in November. Gratitude is more than simply saying “thank you.” At United Access, we are grateful for many things. This month, we are giving back as we celebrate our gratitude. There are two very important holidays in which we want to honor by giving our thanks to you – our country’s Veterans.

United Access Veterans Day

Veteran’s Day

Wednesday, November 11th marks the day we honor and pay respect to those who have served. Veteran’s Day is an important day for showing appreciation to members of our military, past and present. We stand united in respect for you, our veterans.

At United Access, we give thanks each and every day for you, our Veterans. To show our appreciation for you, we want to give you a FREE Mobility Equipment Inspection on your mobility equipment. Whether you have a scooter lift or wheelchair lift, driving aids, transfer seat or a wheelchair van, we’ll perform an inspection of your mobility equipment to ensure it’s clean of debris, lubricated and functioning as it should.

This is a $150 value and it’s FREE to you as our thanks to our Veterans and to all of our valued customers.

United Access Veterans Day Free Service

How to Redeem Your Coupon

  • Call us at 877-501-8267 to schedule your appointment and mention promo code VETMEI.
  • Request an appointment online. Enter promo code VETMEI in your comments.
  • Print this page or bring in your coupon when you come to your appointment.

 

 

Terms and Conditions: Offer is valid November 1 through November 30, 2020. Offer is valid on scooter lifts, wheelchair lifts, transfer seats, wheelchair vans and hand controls. Offer is not valid on wheelchairs or scooters. Cannot combine with other offers or existing service work.

Voter Turnout Among People with Disabilities Expected to Surge

When politicians are planning their outreach to various demographics ahead of the 2020 presidential race, they don’t often talk about people with disabilities.

New data shows that politicians who ignore disabled Americans may be missing out on a growing group of voters whose support could be up for grabs in 2020 — and activists are hoping to take advantage of this momentum.

Voter turnout among people with disabilities surged by 8.5 percentage points in 2018, representing a larger increase and more voters than in any of the previous two midterm elections.

The key takeaway from all of this, is that the voices in the disability community are important and they need to be heard…and they ARE being heard. Keep pushes for change because it is your right.

Disability and Voter Turnout in the 2018 Elections Key Points*Voting Presidential Election Disabled Community

  • Voter turnout surged by 8.5 points in 2018 among citizens with disabilities relative to the 2014 midterm elections. The surge, though, was slightly larger among citizens without disabilities (11.9 points), resulting in a 4.7 point gap in voter turnout between citizens with and without disabilities in 2018.
  • The increased turnout among people with disabilities occurred across all disability types and demographic categories—gender, race/ethnicity, age group, and region.
  • 3 million citizens with disabilities reported voting in the November 2018 elections.
  • Employed people with disabilities were just as likely as employed people without disabilities to vote, suggesting that employment helps bring people with disabilities into mainstream political life.
  • If people with disabilities voted at the same rate as people without disabilities who have the same demographic characteristics, there would be about 2.35 million more voters.

 

*Key points above are according to a report released by researchers at Rutgers University. These figures are based on analysis of data from the federal government’s Current Population Survey Voting Supplement for November 2018, which has a sample size of 88,749. The computations were made using six disability questions introduced on the Current Population Survey in 2008.