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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.

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.

Thanks to our FODAC Golf Classic Sponsors

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

“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

He loves to go to the park and to the mall and with his new walker from FODAC he can walk around every place he goes.

Provided hospital bed “Exceptional! Extremely helpful!”

Jennifer HernandezSugar Hill, Georgia

I thank you so much for the addition of a ramp to my home. No longer will I be a “prisoner” of these walls! I feel as if I have another “NEW LEASE” on life and may come and go as I please, not to mention the safety factor as I will no longer have to wait and worry that there will be someone to help me....

The equipment will assist her caretaker in getting her up out of bed, into the shower and throughout her home. The walker will help her strengthen her legs because she can get up and down.

Caretaker for Sandra Howard

“I have had trouble with my feet for 30 years. When I was six years old, I had my first operation on both feet. That led to 12 more operations on my right foot, leaving me permanently disabled. I learned to walk 3 times. Now that I have to have an ankle replacement, the wheelchair that FODAC has blessed...

Lisa ButlerMarietta, Georgia

“I have an 81-pound foster child with shaken baby (syndrome) causing cerebral palsy. This lift will greatly help in the safety of him when transporting him from the bed to chair to tub.”

Sheila TuckHampton

She is very social and loves people but lacks the ability to play like the other kids. This equipment will help her gain independence and keep up with the other kids.

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 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
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