Numotion's COVID-19 Response: What you Need to Know

Pro-Tips_Travel-in-a-WC_Warren-Cleary.png1wc.jpg. Keep half your supplies in a carry on bag, in case your checked luggage gets lost. 

2. When traveling internationally, take double the amount of supplies you will need
 
3. Always keep 24 hours worth of supplies in the bottom of your cushion cover.

4. Give extra supplies to family member and make sure they have the addressof your hotel. If you start to run out of supplies you can have them ship more.
 
5. If checking a bag, tell the agent it is “medical supplies” - and the bag will be checked for free, with no weight restrictions.
Warren Cleary, Specialty Account Manager

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Warren Cleary, Specialty Account Manager

Warren Cleary was injured as a member of the US Parachute Team on a routine competition jump in 2011. After completing rehab at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA he went to work for Shepherd as a Christopher and Dana Reeves Peer Mentor. After growing the peer mentorship program Warren headed out west to teach downhill adaptive skiing for Oregon Adaptive Sports as well as Vocational Job Coaching for Diversability Inc. in Bend, OR. Warren currently lives in Chattanooga, TN with wife and daughter as the region’s Specialty Account Manager for Numotion.