D4D Advisory Board Member Dr. Kristi Kirschner has been selected as one of this year’s Alumni Honorees by the Alpha Omega Alpha Beta Chapter Class of 2016 at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. Each year, the Alpha … Continue reading →
Devices 4 the Disabled has been under discussion for four years. Last night, the full group of founders, board members, advisors, and colleagues who are getting this group off the ground met for the first time. Here, Bob Shea addresses … Continue reading →
D4D took a field trip not long ago to visit what is perhaps the only place within the city limits of Chicago to obtain affordable (i.e., used) Durable Medical Equipment. It’s called Heart to Heart, and it’s a ministry located … Continue reading →
Thanks to reporter Mike Kessler, who wrote a story about D4D with an emphasis on neighborhood residents Ed Kane and Bob Shea. The story ran in the Sauganash Sounds paper this week. Mike says a follow-up story will be coming … Continue reading →
Thanks to Joan Wilcox, Nicholas Sayers, and Jim Kane for your recent generous gifts. It takes a community to change the way things are done, including how people in need get medical equipment.
D4D welcomes two new advisory board members to its team this week. You can read more about them on our About Us page. First, we recognize Joel Heifitz. Joel is co-founder and CEO of Chicago-based Concept Laboratories. Unfortunately, he has firsthand knowledge … Continue reading →