Posts from 2010

  • Meet Victor Rich Meet Victor Rich A couple of months ago, we received an interesting and slightly desperate phone call. Victor Rich, a military veteran, and double amputee were on the side of the road after a tractor-trailer had just hit him as he was attempting to cross a busy intersection in his power ... Learn More
  • 101 Mobility® Franchises Popping Up 101 Mobility® Franchises Popping Up It’s been quite a while since we posted, things have been really busy for us here at 101. As of today, we have two franchise locations open and ready for business! Michel and Andrea Ragland opened the first 101 Mobility® franchise in Reading, Pennsylvania in July, 2010. This ... Learn More
  • Continental Airlines Gets It Right Continental Airlines Gets It Right Finally – in this modern society where ADA regulations are commonplace in virtually all walks of life; and through awareness and advancement, people with disabilities are able to maneuver around most anywhere – Continental Airlines, one of the major commercial airline ... Learn More
  • Veterans! Do You Qualify for a HISA Grant? Veterans! Do You Qualify for a HISA Grant? Are you a U.S. military veteran? Do you suffer from a disability due to your service? There is a lot of help out there for funding improvements to your home to assist you with your comfort and recovery. The Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) grant can be ... Learn More
  • A Young Woman’s Struggle A Young Woman’s Struggle With all of the advances in equality in accessibility, it seems the airline industry may have some catching up to do. Read a young woman’s plea in her own words, and find out how you can join in on the effort: My name is Sally O’Neill. I am 18 years old. Like most girls my ... Learn More
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