Resources and Support for Veterans

Quantum Rehab is proud to support those who have risked their lives for our country’s freedom. Whether you’re in need of a power mobility device or resources for veterans, we’ve got you covered!

Quantum Veterans Base

The Quantum Veterans Base, offers resources for finding complex power rehab products, such as motorized wheelchairs and hydrographic shrouds for motorized wheelchairs. We also have a list of resources that link to different websites for veterans, such as the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Paralyzed Veterans of America, USA Cares and more.

If you have been diagnosed with a medical condition that affects your mobility, Quantum offers various mobility options, including the Edge 3 Stretto® with iLevel, the Edge® 3 with iLevel® and the 4Front®. Head over to our Quantum Veterans Base for more information.

The Department of Veterans Affairs

If you are a disabled veteran, the Department of Veterans Affairs offers services that give greater independence in daily living. If you are eligible, this may mean receiving a power mobility device, such as an electric wheelchair.

You can visit the federal VA website for information on veteran’s benefits, VA facilities worldwide and VA programs. If you are interested in seeing if you are eligible for a power mobility device, contact your local VA benefits counselor to determine the veterans benefits you are eligible for.

How to Help and Support Veterans

Quantum brand ambassador, Sergeant Bryan Anderson, blogs about ways you can help and support the veterans in your life. One way to help is by giving money to an organization. He shares some of his favorite organizations that support soldiers and veterans. If you can’t donate money, you can give your time by volunteering in a VA hospital or helping set up an event for a veteran organization. Another way you can make an impact is simply by showing up. If you know someone who is hurt, in the hospital or could use some company, just being with them can go a long way.

Bryan also talks about ways that you can help veterans during the pandemic, whether personally or through an organization. Some ways include registering for the “Keep Your Distance” 5K Run/Walk, reaching out to the vets in your life or even surprising them with a meal or groceries. There’s a way for everyone to give back to our country’s veterans. Pick your favorite and get out there!


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