About Scott Grant, ATP, CRTS®

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My name is Scott Grant and I work for a regional medical equipment company in Hurricane WV as an Rehab Technology Supplier. To carry out these duties, I am a RESNA-certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP). This is a highly specialized certification that allows me to provide power and custom manual wheelchairs for patients with mobility problems and severe disabilities such as cerbral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and ALS. I also am a Certified Rehab Technology Supplier (CRTS®). This special designation is held by a select group of wheelchair providers who specialize in complex patients and solutions. As a member of both of these organizations, I am required to follow a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice requirement.

A large part of this position is spent with seniors and elderly who are facing their decline in mobility for the first time. While working with these patients, I see first hand the struggles that have in learning to take care of themselves and be as independent as possible. I often make suggestions of other products to help make their lives easier. I learned that many of these people had no idea where to find these products or how to learn more about them.

So, I decided to bring these suggestions to the internet in the form of this website. My goal for this site is to bring you unbiased product reviews on aids that increase independence for seniors and elderly with medical problems and mobility difficulties. I hope to give you advice in the form of guides and ideas on products that will help prolong or re-establish independence.

Please contact me if you have specific questions or I can help further!

In Person Assistive Technology Services

I provide in-person power and manual wheelchair evaluations and specialty mobility product within a 2 hour radius of Hurricane, WV specifically:

West Virginia

Kanawha County including Charleston, Cabell County including Huntington, Putnam County including Hurricane abd Teays Valley, Mason County including Point Pleasant, Wayne County, Lincoln County, Fayette County, Raleigh County, Logan County, Mingo County, Boone County, Jackson County, Wood County, Wirt County, Summers County, Greenbrier County, Calhoun County, Clay County, Gilmer County, Nicholas County, Webster County, Pleasants County, Lewis County, Upshur County, and Richie County.

Southeastern Ohio  

Gallia County including Gallipolis, Lawrence County including Ironton, Jackson County including Jackson, Scioto County including Portsmouth, Meigs County including Pomeroy, Athens County including Athens, Morgan County, Perry County, Pike County, Hocking County, and Vinton County.

Eastern Kentucky

Boyd County including Ashland, Pike County including Pikeville, Rowan County including Morehead, Carter County including Grayson, Greenup County, Lewis County, Elliott County, Lawrence County, Johnson County, Martin County, and Floyd County.

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