Devices 4 the Disabled collects and redistributes used Durable Medical Equipment to those in need in the Chicago area, quickly and affordably.

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Ed Kane founded Devices 4 the Disabled to help those like himself in need of durable medical equipment.

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Last week, we passed along news of a wheelchair-enabled van we donated to Henry Aluyi, a retired Nigerian professor and U.S. citizen. Here are some new photos of D4D’s staff (Bob Shea, Dan Popuch, and Meisha Robinson) with Mr. Aluyi … Continue reading →

“He wasn’t trying to walk until he got the rollator.”

David Jarja wrote to us about his brother, Ebrima, who is pictured below:

“Ebrima, whose name means ‘The bread of the Jarju family.’ left the African nation of Gambia for Chicago purposely to pursue his master’s degree. He successfully completed his masters degree in Business Communication. He then decided to work in a Chicago grocery store to pursue his PhD. That was where he got shot in the head in February 2014. He suffered a  brain injury causing paralysis of the right hand and leg. Ebrima was using a wheelchair from 2014 up to now, but with the help of Ms. Meisha Robinson, Ebrima is able to walk using a rollator walker. Thank you so much for your support!”

“He wasn’t really trying to walk until he got the Rollator from me,” says Meisha, who manages the St. Philip Neri medical equipment program, which is supplied by D4D.

Bear Down, D4D

img_20161105_171557637-1Thanks to Brian McCaskey, senior director of business development with the Chicago Bears, for stopping by our suite at the exciting Ireland – New Zealand rugby match Saturday–a historic event at which Ireland won for the first time in 111 years. Brian is shown with Bob Shea, left, and D4D’s Dan Popuch, right.