Explore a few of the many funding options available for Veterans
It is often that there are various blockade’s to receiving the funding needed for medical devices and power wheelchairs. We hope to share information and direct you through a process for acquiring your motorized wheelchair. Our goals are to:
Provide guidance by taking in your information
Direct toward possible advocates
Share our experiences to your benefit
(Contract Number V797D-60732)
Redman Power Chair is contracted with VA centers throughout the United States. If you are a Veteran and believe a standing power wheelchair would improve your activities of daily living, we can help.
If you were injured during active duty or have been diagnosed with one of the following neurological disorders; multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, quadriplegia, paraplegia or other mobility/ neurological diseases the VA may cover the cost of your power wheelchair.
How to start the VA process:
1st : Schedule a mobility assessment appointment with your primary physician.
2nd: At this appointment, the doctor will determine what level of wheelchair your mobility limitations medically justify.
The severity of your mobility limitations determine what level of mobility equipment will be purchased by the VA. The Redman Power Chair is a Level 3. Therefore, your mobility must be limited in both your upper and lower exterminates. If you still have some upper extremity mobility and have pressure ulcers you may be an exception.
3rd : VA Seating Committee must also approve Level 3 power wheelchair
4th: You will be assigned a VA Purchasing Agent.
This person will support your both administratively and financially in the process.
Please contact Redman Power Chair’s customer service department with inquiries on the product or qualification standards.