Due to damage caused from Hurricane Ian, we are working hard with the state of Florida and Health Plans to both ensure the safety and maintain the health of our clients. If you need assistance with mobility equipment that was lost, destroyed, or irreparably damaged because of the storm, please call our office. 

Additionally, United Spinal is offering relief to victims of the hurricane who have spinal cord injury/disease. If you your diagnosis meets these criteria and you’d like to apply for their 2022 Disaster Relief Grant, click the following link:


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If you were impacted by Hurricane Ian but are unsure of what to do next, here are some FEMA-issued documents that will point you in the right direction. For additional information regarding disaster assistance, and for individuals and families in need of housing assistance, visit the website:


Disaster Assistance Government Page

The Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP) is now available for individuals and families who do not have access to food as a result of Hurricane Ian. For additional information on D-SNAP benefits, including how to apply, visit:



Click the following link for a list of stores, gas stations, and food distribution centers that are open: