Direct financial assistance to individual families is the primary focus of The Easter Seal Society, Ontario. The Easter Seal Society, Ontario acts as a third party funder and as such has no role in prescribing, recommending equipment, selecting a vendor/contractor or in the relationship between the parent and vendor. For more information click here
The Co-operators Group
The Co-operators is a 100% Canadian-owned company with 65 years of history as a co-operative. Our member-owners represent a variety of sectors and regions across the country. Our focus extends beyond increasing profits to a concern for satisfying the needs of clients, staff members, member-owners and communities. Click here for more information on the corporate discount program.
Seniors Access is London and southwestern Ontario’s foremost elderly transition support company.
Today’s Kids in Motion
BCS Communications is a company that publishes specialty magazines. For Motion Specialties, BCS publishes Today’s Kids in Motion, a magazine that focuses on the needs of children with physical and mental disabilities. Articles offer help for parents and caregivers, in a wide range of topics.
Care to Share Senior Services, Inc.
Motion has partnered with and supports Care to Share that provides many of the senior home care services that allow seniors to maintain their independence and stay in their own home.
Care to Share is a Calgary based family owned service provider for seniors living in the Calgary, Alberta area in business since 2002.
Motion has partnered with and supports Ability Online to provide a free, monitored and secure online community that welcomes kids, teens & young adults of all abilities.
Motion has partnered with and supports Ability Gives to give the gift of independence. Ability Gives creates life-changing experiences for young people with disabilities by helping their families obtain much-needed medical devices & mobility aids.
Canadian Assistive Devices Association
Motion is a member of the Canadian Assistive Devices Association. CADA represents the assistive devices industry in Canada for the benefit of all members through advocacy, coordinated representation at all government levels, and business-building networking opportunities.