The End of The Funding Year is Coming! Act Now!

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What you need to know about the end of the funding year and what it may mean for you.
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Shhh! You hear that? If you listen closely enough you can hear the minutes, days and months literally passing by! This is the perfect time to start thinking about any assistive technology (AT) needs you may have as the end of the funding year for developmental disabilities (DD) is quickly approaching. December 31, 2020 will be here before we know it! Here at Moms In Motion, we certainly want to make sure you are utilizing the funds that are available and maximize your resources before the end of the funding year!

So, what does this mean for you? This means if you have an assistive technology (AT) need, now is a great time to take the first step to get the process started. What is assistive technology (AT)? Here is an example of an AT device, but there are countless options for your consideration! There are several steps to the process and each step can take some time. To allow as much time as possible to complete the process before the end of the funding year we encourage you to contact our sister company, Ability Unlimited, to help you! Ability Unlimited will get the ball rolling and help you get that request started before the end of the funding year. 


Just to give you an idea of what the process entails:

We will need to:

  1. Collect Doctor Letters.
  2. Collect evaluations from Therapists.
  3. Quote items.
  4. Send to Support Coordinator for approval.

Again, each of these steps can take some time so it is ideal to start the process as soon as possible to ensure it is completed before the end of the funding year. So act now to use your 2020 $5,000!  Contact Ability Unlimited today (800) 511-9471, email visit the website or conveniently submit an intake form. We’ve got you covered for your developmental disability and assistive technology needs! 


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