Quick Series

Quick Series is an Emergency Preparedness for persons with Disabilities and medical concerns. While each person’s abilities and needs are unique, every individual can take steps to prepare for all kinds of emergencies from fire, floods and tornadoes to potential attacks.

Toyota Mobility

Toyota Mobility provides factory-installed, as well as other adaptive equipment solutions that support the mobility needs of Toyota owners.

We’ve partnered with leading Sienna conversion companies to provide wheelchair accessible solutions: BraunAbility, Vantage Mobility International (VMI) and ElDorado National are all high-quality van conversion companies, and our partner Bruno Independent Living Aids provides scooter lifts and other assistive products including lift-up seat applications for our most popular passenger vehicles.

Our continuing commitment to mobility includes the industry-first, factory installed Auto Access Seat available in the Toyota Sienna. Our goal is to provide a broad selection of the best mobility solutions on the market today.

Third Federal Bank

3rd Fed Bank is a local, hometown bank that is dedicated to providing a superior level of personalized customer service to help you achieve your financial goals. Our dedicated GREEN TEAM focuses on the specific needs of customers – individuals, families and businesses – making everyday banking easier.

Wellness Window

Wellness Window is a collaborative effort by Project Transition and NAMI Montgomery County.
The site offers up to date information about the role of wellness in psychiatric recovery.

Articles feature new health related topics intended to educate individuals about the importance of overall wellness of mind, body, and spirit.

It is our goal to provide resources for learning about and living a healthy, actualized life. Through this Wellness Window, we offer information pertinent to the body, mind and spirit that will allow others to focus on inner health and outer growth.

Works for me

Works for me is a FREE resource that can direct you to agencies and programs that help people with disabilities in Pennsylvania who want to work, and improve their financial security. We will review your specific situation and guide you to resources that will help you find a job, obtain training, keep health insurance, get assistive technology, or find other support you may need. There are many great reasons to work and, with the resources we have available, it is possible! And, contrary to what some people believe, you can work without losing your financial security or health care benefits. In fact, you may even be able to increase your income! If you are unsure about working, there are ways to stay qualified for Social Security benefits while trying a job. Works for me is here to help answer your questions about working!


The YWCA is the voice for every woman. For more than 150 years, the YWCA has spoken out and taken action on behalf of women and girls. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Over 2 million people participate each year in YWCA programs at more than 1,300 locations across the U.S.


Our cause is to strengthen communities, and that starts with making sure everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential. With programs and services from A to Z, the Y is nonprofit helping kids, adults and families in 10,000 neighborhoods nationwide.

Wheelchair Getaways

Wheelchair Getaways provides accessible van rentals for persons with disabilities. These mini and full size accessible vans include features such as:

  • wheelchair/scooter ramp or lift
  • 4-point wheelchair tie-down
  • system with seat belts
  • raised roof or lowered floor
  • seating for up to four additional passenger

Vote Smart

Project Vote Smart is a non-partisan, nonprofit educational organization funded exclusively through individual contributions and philanthropic foundations.

At a unique research center located high in the Montana Rockies and far from the partisan influences of Washington, Americans young and old volunteer their time, take no money from special interest groups, and have committed themselves to an extraordinary effort that, if successful, will provide their fellow citizens with the tools for a reemergence of political power not known for half a century.