Angola, Ind—Innovation In Motion is donating five rehab stroller systems and five gait trainers, a value of over $20,000 to the non-profit charity, The Kids Equipment Network, located in Chicago.
TKEN connects and provides durable medical equipment to special needs children whose families have little or no funding available to them.
“Strollers are in very high demand because of the limited funding available for secondary chairs,” commented Tim Caruso, President and Founder of TKEN. TKEN has fit hundreds of kids from the Chicago area into adaptive equipment since its inception in 2005.
Located only 3 hours from Chicago, Indiana-based Innovation In Motion, who donated a van-load of strollers last December to TKEN, sees donating demos as a viable alternative to collecting dust in the warehouse. “We were happy to deliver these great quality strollers to such a worthwhile group of volunteers who help so many children in need,” said IIM Marketing Manager, Amy Wheeler. “I witnessed first-hand at one of TKEN’s clinics the amazing smiles on the parents’ faces when their child finally has the adaptive equipment that they need.”
Innovation In Motion exclusively distributes Ormesa pediatric products throughout the United States and Canada, as well as Magic Mobility power wheelchairs. Information on these products can be found on the company website at www.mobility-usa.com. For information on TKEN, visit their website at www.TKEN.org.