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.

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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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Testimonials

“I love the service. My father needed a chair (shower) since November 2006, the insurance would not cover the shower chair but when I was told to call the Friends of the Disabled, they helped right away. My dad is 85.”

Delabia CameronCollege Park

Kenneth “Chip” needed a small nimble chair so he can access things at home better. Now he can get his chair into his bathroom by himself. He will have more independence.

“I am borrowing a wheelchair for my mother who is disabled. This wheelchair will help her mobility and spend quality time outside our home with her 6-year-old grandchild.”

Debra TorresTucker, Georgia

Provided wheelchair “Christian Vissoni was in a bus accident and they had to amputate his leg.”

Darlene VetDoraville, Georgia

Provided wheelchair, quad cane and bedside commode. “It will help Bobby and his family so much. And we thank you so very much. Without ya’ll we would not have anything.”

Delilah NorwoodMarietta, Georgia

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.

“I have a son that is 7 with C.P. (cerebral palsy). I heard about FODAC through his therapist. We were so blessed to hear that we could get a chair for him. (If) we hadn’t heard about FODAC, we wouldn’t have been able to afford to get him one.”

Brittany Carr, mother of Brett Carr

I feel by my 4-year-old daughter having the use of a wheelchair, (it) will pr0vide her with some feeling of mobility and (allow her to) go where her big sisters are. As a family, we will be able to continue doing things together.

These items are helping him with standing and strengthen his legs and muscle tone. Preparing him to start walking.

Kenneth ”Chip” needed a small nimble chair so he can access things at home better. Now he can get his chair into his bathroom by himself. He will have more independence.

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News & Events

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FODAC Golf Classic Oct. 7, 2015

Once again, the beautiful Bear’s Best Golf Course in Suwanee provides the back drop for...

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