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On Thursday, January 9th, the New York Disaster Interfaith Services (NYDIS) held their January Board of Directors meeting.  During the meeting, three New York area families received new wheelchair accessible vans to replace vehicles lost during the devastation of 2012’s Super Storm Sandy.  All three vans were funded through a combination of federal funding and private, charitable donations made to NYDIS.  Working with Bussani Mobility, who performed modifications to meet the specific needs of each family, NYDIS was able to help these families regain the freedom that comes from having the right transportation needed for people living with disabilities.  In the video below, Peter B. Gudaitis of NYDIS announces the donations that were being made that evening.

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As many still struggle to recover after more than a year, some families were affected in much more devastating ways. The three families who received [...]

(Bethpage, NY) – The Bussani Mobility Team proudly announces the election of Dan Bussani, Vice President of Bussani Mobility, to the board of the Greater New York Chapter of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NYCSCIA). 

The Greater New York Chapter of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association (www.nycspinalcord.org) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, run entirely by volunteers.  Their mission is to help people rebuild their lives after spinal cord injury by providing resources, services and peer support to survivors and their families.  An official chapter of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association, the membership arm of United Spinal Association, NYCSCIA hosts a variety of local programs and events geared toward helping people with spinal cord injuries maximize their independence and increase their quality of life.  Their Grant Program helps people with spinal cord injuries obtain the equipment and services they need [...]

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