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1. Discuss the need to provide rehabilitation mobility equipment at no cost to those who have no other means to obtain it.
2. Assess the impact on a community when mobility equipment for underinsured impaired persons (“at risk”) cannot be secured.
3. Describe a successful recycling program that provides free rehabilitation mobility equipment.
4. Explain the importance of a community- based model to provide rehabilitation equipment.
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Stelmack, B., & Leitten, B. (2011). The Impact of Providing Rehab Mobility Equipment to Those in Need. Age in Action, 26(1), 1-6.