Changing Lives for People with Disabilities

FODAC is a statewide and national provider of home health care equipment—mobility aids and daily living devices for people with disabilities and the newly injured.


Equipment and Services that Help Redefine Access to Mobility

For people with permanent or temporary disabilities, wheelchairs, home ramps and vehicle modifications remove the limited mobility barrier.


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Welcome to FODAC

With a strong network of volunteers and partners, FODAC provides refurbished equipment and services for disabled adults and children to improve their overall quality of life. Over the years, our model to assist disabled individuals has remained the same: to provide free or low-cost wheelchairs and other durable medical equipment, vehicle and home adaptations and more. Above all, our staff is like a family that works together to make every day a little easier, and a little more affordable, for people in need.

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This wheelchair will allow me to be more independent and allow for me to go to work and be more efficient. It will allow me to be more dependable.

Received a posterior walker – “I will be able to move myself more independently. I can go to pre-K, to the park, and I can go in the car with my friends.

Alondra GarciaNorcross Georgia

Provided shower chair. “My father has lung disease, kidney disease, bilateral edema and heart disease. His mobility has been limited since his last heart attach. This organization (FODAC) has been a life saver.”

Wendy DormanAtlanta, Georgia

This item will help my father tremendously considering he was the only one working at home. Things have become very tight, Thanks so much.

Steven Stoll

“This wheelchair has helped me to be more mobile going to shop and out to eat therefore uplifting my spirits and outreach.”

Sherry HardyCollege Park

At recess during school, Journee is not able to play with the equipment. By having a hand-propelled trike, Journeewill be able to play and socialize with her peers. Being able to play will give Journee a lot more confidence with herself.

Today we picked up two items that Kaylee needs desperately, a lightweight stroller and a positioning chair. The stroller will be such an asset during public outings (and saves Mom and Dad’s back) and since Kaylee homeschools, the chair will be used for school work and feeding time.

I want to thank you for helping us this week. It was a huge blessing to have the perfect chair in time for the child’s arrival. The case manager was able to greet her at the airport with it. She is eight years old and she has never had a wheel chair before. I really appreciate the diligence and kindness of your...

Gave pediatric bath seat and manual wheelchair: The chair given to her at age 1 is too small. Med. have adjusted the chair as much as they can and it is just too small.

Provided manual wheelchair: “Our life will be much easier because of taking Sara to doctor’s appointments. She can’t walk well and this will keep us from picking her up. This disabled adult center is so important to many people.”

Patti WardStone Mountain, Georgia
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