We know your mobility and independence are critical to you. For those of you with open orders, please know that we continue to do everything we can in working with our suppliers to ensure timely delivery of your mobility equipment or parts needed for a repair. We may occasionally need to adjust a previously communicated delivery date as component delays continue. Thank you for using Numotion and for your patience as we all work through these highly challenging global supply chain issues. 

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

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The Americans with Disabilities Act requires hotels to maintain a booking and reservations system that is accessible to people with disabilities. Below are a few tips a for booking an accessible room easier. 
  1. Several hotel apps allow you to choose an accessible room when booking. You can choose an accessible room with a tub or an accessible room with a roll-in shower. This is not a guarantee that the hotel will save that room for you. Call the hotel manager and ask them took to look up your reservation and put a note on the computer holding the room. Make you write down the manager’s name in case you arrive and still don’t have the room you need.
 
  1. Ask the manager to go to the room you arekaren-hotel.jpg requesting take a picture of the bathroom and send it to you before your trip. Everyone’s idea of what accessible means is different. Many hotels will claim that a room is wheelchair accessible, and does not meet ADA requirements.
 
 
  1. Even if you have spoken to the manager about your accessible room call again the morning you are leaving for your trip. Call and make sure the room you requested is being held for you. Occasionally before you check in to your accessible room will be given to someone else. Let them know what time you will be checking in.
Karen Roy, Numotion Brand Ambassador

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Karen Roy, Numotion Brand Ambassador

Karen Roy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 20 years of experience. Most of that time was spent as a Case Manager for an in-patient rehabilitation hospital. She was the victim of an armed robbery in 1987 and has been a wheelchair user for the last 31 years. She had 3 kids after her injury. Caroline, Austin and Joseph are all in currently attending college. As Ms. Wheelchair America 2019 Karen’s platform was “Stand for Life”. Her platform is about the use of standing technology and other devices that improve the health and well-being of people with disabilities.