Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Solutions

Thank you very much for visiting the official website of Changing Stares, Inc., the consulting practice of mobility solutions provider Scott Darnell.

Since experiencing a life-altering spinal injury in 1991 at the age of 27, Scott has risen as a nationally recognized expert on the mobility needs of wheelchair users. A highly resourceful, ambitious, independent C-5/6 quadriplegic, he has counseled medical professionals, others with spinal injuries and their families, transforming his experiences and dreams into numerous inventions aimed at helping create important new mobility options for others in chairs.


Scott has earned recognition for innovation, ambition and passion, having designed successful, stylish and award-winning custom mobility solutions for himself and other drivers in wheelchairs. In the recent past, his support for others has been especially hands-on, interfacing directly with U.S. regional and national government officials to ensure his and his partners’ custom solutions gain all necessary permits and approvals.

Building on these experiences, Scott’s counsel continues to grow more impactful. Constantly at work on original product ideas and consulting on custom projects, he values friends new and old, and looks forward to helping everyone succeed.

Please contact Scott to discuss your situation today. He looks forward to hearing from you and helping you find the perfect solution.

11 comments:

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  9. Thanks everyone for taking the time to visit and/or leaving a post! As to the Anonymous post that began with "good point" - we most certainly agree...especially when making the "first" mobility transition, there seems to be a mountain of valid points resting upon the decision...as I have been in that position, am reminded of its importance with each person I talk to, we keep focused on ways to better address OUR issues…here is a large one –
    *Currently, vehicles modified for the disabled remain as such throughout their lives - meaning there has been too much modification to the vehicle to ever put it back to its factory status - when I was ready to get rid of my first Ford van I rang up the dealer who'd done the modifications and he recommended that I donate my van and take the tax write off - at the time my van was nine years old and had been purchased for $24,000 / with $35,000 worth of equipment installed / how on earth can we possibly start from scratch every 10 years and stay mobile? That boils down to $491 per month for 10 years and doesn't include maintenance / gasoline / insurance / etc…and that $491 per month surely goes up dramatically with each respective 10 year period.
    **with one of our applications inside a pickup truck - WE can pull the system back out of the truck and it can be operated / sold / traded in factory condition

    As to the Anonymous post that read, “Hey great post. Thought I'm not sure I agree with you 100%. Keep em coming. Are you interested in having anyone guest post opposing views?” – absolutely…the platform is right here and available…I’m sure everyone would like to know who's view we are getting, so please register, and then take the floor!

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  11. Anonymous4:24 AM

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