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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Finding employment when you have a disability can be difficult. Here are some pro tips that have helped me find jobs that I love over the years.
 
  1. Make sure you have a professional cover letter and resume. Include any volunteer work you have done with non-profit disability-related organizations.unnamed-(4).jpg
  2. Research all local and national organizations that focus on helping people with disabilities fund employment. There are non-profit organizations, community, state, and federal agencies to help you prepare for interviews and your resume. Look up your local vocational rehabilitation agency, and they can help lead you in the right direction.
  3. Living with a disability teaches a person many valuable skills that are an asset to any organization. Mention all of your strengths when you are interviewing. People with disabilities are out-of-the-box thinkers, organized, loyal and persistent.
  4. Being confident in who you are and the skills you offer is attractive to prospective employers. Confidence is displayed by making good eye contact, smiling, and being relaxed during the interview. Your disability has taught you lessons that will make you even better at your chosen profession.
  5. You are also interviewing your prospective employer during the interview. Please don't be shy about telling them what accommodations you will need to succeed in your job.
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.