We can accommodate non-ambulatory individuals in a variety of ways, all based on what any specific individual may need. First, we can coordinate with funds available on an individual’s care plan to complete minor home modifications to assist with mobility around the house and safe bathing. Such modifications may include, but are not limits to, widened doorways, roll in showers, raised toilets, roll-under sinks, doorway ramps, and many other potential home modifications. Then, we can coordinate with funds available on an individual’s care plan to obtain adaptive equipment, as needed, including but not limited to wheelchairs, portable ramps, specialized eating and bathing equipment, and many other portable devices that can assist a non-ambulatory individual. Finally, we can purchase a van that is modified with a hydraulic wheelchair lift, safety tie downs, etc., in order to ensure that non-ambulatory individuals can be transported safely throughout the community and participate in all of the same activities as their ambulatory peers.