The bill just needing the Governor’s signature requires manufacturers to provide parts, software, tools and more to stores and powered wheelchair owners.
DENVER — When Pat Abernathey was running his non-medical home care business, he noticed a problem.
“There’s a big need for repairs in the elderly community especially, but also in the disabled community,” he said. “With the ability just for someone to come to their house and repair their equipment, whether it be a walker, a wheelchair, a power piece of equipment, a scooter or an electric wheelchair or a hospital bed is kind of rare.”
Wanting to meet that convenience, he opened Colorado Mobility, which…
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