The Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services (DARS) sets standards for equipment to be used by those with disabilities. At www.accessiblevanss.com you will find new and pre-owned wheelchair accessible vans that meet and exceed the requirements set by DARS for this type of accessible vehicle. The goal at Accessible Van Sales and Service is to help connect people with their destination. We understand how difficult and frustrating it can be to rent a wheelchair accessible van or to find one to purchase that is in good condition or isn't way over-priced. Our team of professionals will work diligently to make every consumers' purchase experience a pleasant one. Ultimately that means you'll get the right vehicle to meet your mobility needs at the right price.
Our accessible vehicles come in all makes and models and most of them have brand new lowered floor conversions that meet the tough safety requirements outlined by DARS. So not only will you find one that is dependable and safe you'll have a choice between new and pre-owned vans as well as side or rear entry so that you get the right set-up to make your life and your transportation easier than it's ever been. Our conversion vans are up to DARS standards and you can see them all online at www.accessiblevanss.com. Look at the dimensions and accessories available in each type of accessible vehicle so you can get an idea of what will work best for you.
Call Accessible Van Sales and Service at 281-997-9400 and we will help guide you through the process of talking with a DARS counselor. Please review some of the Texas Department of Assistive Rehabilitation Services (DARS) guidelines to see if you qualify for their amazing program:
The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program helps people who have physical or mental disabilities prepare for, find or keep employment. Gaining skills needed for a career, learning how to prepare for a job interview or getting the accommodations needed to stay employed are just a few of the ways this program helps people with disabilities increase productivity and independence.
The counselor and consumer work together to:
- decide on an employment goal, and
- develop a program of vocational rehabilitation services to achieve the goal.
A person is eligible if:
- the person has a disability which results in substantial problems in obtaining employment;
- vocational rehabilitation services from DRS are required by that person to prepare for, get or keep a job and
- the person is able to get or keep a job after receiving services.