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May is National Mobility Awareness Month

May is recognized as National Mobility Awareness Month, a time to promote independence and mobility for people with disabilities. This annual observance aims to raise awareness about the importance of accessibility and the tools and resources available to help those with disabilities achieve greater mobility.

Community Entry Services, a nonprofit organization committed to promoting independence and enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities, is proud to support National Mobility Awareness Month. Throughout May, we will be working to educate our community about the many ways that people with disabilities can achieve greater mobility and independence.

One of the most important ways that we can support individuals with disabilities is by ensuring that our communities are accessible and inclusive. This means removing barriers to mobility, such as stairs, narrow doorways, and uneven sidewalks. It also means providing accessible transportation options, such as wheelchair accessible buses and vans, and ensuring that public spaces are designed with accessibility in mind.

At Community Entry Services, we also recognize the importance of assistive technology in promoting mobility and independence. From mobility aids like wheelchairs and walkers to assistive devices like voice-controlled home assistants, technology can play a critical role in helping people with disabilities achieve greater independence.

Another key aspect of National Mobility Awareness Month is the recognition of the important contributions that people with disabilities make to our communities. By promoting greater mobility and independence, we are helping individuals with disabilities to realize their full potential and contribute their talents and skills to society.

At Community Entry Services, we believe that by working together, we can create a more accessible and inclusive world for everyone. Join us this May in celebrating National Mobility Awareness Month and advocating for greater accessibility and independence for people with disabilities. To learn more, visit

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