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Get Cash Back with New VMI Purchase

THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JUNE 30

Words can be comforting…and nice. Companies are coming out of the woodworks to remind you how nice their brands are. Or they’re introducing offers that seem nice, but really doesn’t amount to much.

At United Access, we know that our customers have had to go without the essentials for a long time. “Sheltering in place” isn’t exactly a new concept, is it? We’ve thought hard about what would make a difference for our customers and create opportunities to help you get into an accessible vehicle—especially now.

As an authorized dealer for VMI, we’re taking action together to make sure you are taking advantage of VMI’s Essential Cash offer before June 30 to put cash back into your pocket. VMI is giving back as much as $1500 for your new VMI conversion purchase.

Each of our dealerships are taking precautions with your safety in mind. We’re ready to start the conversation from a distance, and when you’re ready to test drive or even make your purchase, we have that covered too. We won’t let COVID stop you from getting the essentials that you need and deserve.

In addition to the Essential Cash Program, VMI also has several other rebate programs to help you put more cash back into your pocket. Ask us how!

Call us today at 877-501-8267 so we can help you.

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Accessible Transportation Means Independence for Connor

The McCarthy’s are a family who knows that life can change in an instant. Paul and Tanya McCarty live in Battleground, Washington with their two children. At the young age of sever, Conor, their son, was diagnosed with Ullrich Muscular Dystrophy, a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy. The doctors thought that he had only a mild case, but then things changed.

United Access Conor McCarthy

Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy is a condition that mainly affects skeletal muscles (the muscles used for movement). Affected individuals show severe muscle weakness soon after birth, develop stiff joints (contractures) in their knees and elbows, and may have an unusual range of movement (hypermobility) in their wrists and ankles. Some of the debilitating symptoms of this disease include respiratory failure, scoliosis, and hip dislocation.

The last two years have been difficult for everyone in the family, but mostly for Conor. Conor stopped walking just before the 6th grade; contractures formed in his knees and elbows. Recently, Conor underwent a surgery to put rods into his back as a result of his scoliosis. Conor’s lungs are functioning at 29% of normal capacity.

“We, thankfully, do have a 2006 minivan,” says Mrs. McCarthy. “This is the only car we are able to get him [Conor] in and out of at this time due to the contractures in his knees. My kids go to a private school with no bus service, so we drive them back and forth daily. We have to lift my son in and out of the front seat.” As a result, Conor has chosen not to leave the house except for school. The lifting, pushing and pulling to transfer him in and out of the minivan has become too much for him. He says it hurts and he is afraid that his parents will get hurt as well.

Thanks to the Steelman Family Foundation, a few private donors, and the family’s own funds, the McCarthy family will be driving away in their beautiful midnight blue, side-entry, Honda Odyssey minivan from United Access [12905 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97230]. “Having an accessible van where Conor can easily enter and exit on his own is life changing for us. We will be able to do things as a family again and Conor will have his independence back.”

For more information about the Steelman Family Foundation, visit www.steelmanfamilyfoundation.org. For more information about United Access, visit www.unitedaccess.com.