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Ataxia Marketplace

A place to share service providers and products that may be helpful to those living with Ataxia.



Silverts Adaptive Clothing

Silverts Adaptive Clothing and Footwear is the largest supplier in North America of special needs clothing. Silverts story began in 1930 at a small department store. In 1981, we began to specialize in easy-to-wear fashion. Today, we are proud to say that we are the leader and innovator in adaptive wear, an achievement we never take for granted and work hard to maintain each and every day. We have grown with our customers throughout our journey, finding new ways to provide better service as their needs have changed. Silverts is always committed to giving our customers exceptional service, quality and value with our products for their needs.

Use promo code: NAF15 for a 15% discount.

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Adaptive Products

The Phone Stick

This product assembles in minutes, made of ABS hardened plastic, will not melt in extreme auto temperatures, does not require any screws or bolts to assemble, and fits most size limb extremities, such as on a Knee or thigh that is a normal size.  It takes the exhaustion out of holding your phone for an extended period of time.  It’s useful for zoom calls, facetime calls, duocalls, or just streaming a movie.  Please let me know if you have any questions or need any additional information.

iBOT Personal Mobility Device

Mobius Mobility manufactures the next generation iBOT® Personal Mobility Device (the “iBOT® PMD”). With advanced electronics, sensors, battery technology, and software, the world opens up to you in an iBOT®. Traverse sand, snow, mud, curbs, and inclines with terrain following 4-Wheel Mode. Family day at the beach or hiking trail with friends? You’re in. No curb cut? No problem. Move and interact with others at standing height in Balance Mode. Connect with people at eye level and reach that upper shelf. Use Stair Mode to climb up and down stairs, indoors or out. Climb independently or with the help of a trained assistant, depending on your ability. Use remote mode to load your iBOT® PMD into a van or SUV with fewer or even no modifications. And enjoy the benefits and simplicity of a conventional power wheelchair using Standard Mode for indoor tasks and ADA compliant environments. Reach. Climb. Go. You can do all these things and more in the iBOT® PMD.


Wilderness Inquiry

Wilderness Inquiry

Wilderness Inquiry’s mission is to connect people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to each other and the natural world through shared outdoor adventures.

Through the medium of outdoor adventure travel, we inspire personal growth, enhanced awareness of the environment, and community integration. Our adventures encourage people to open themselves to new possibilities and opportunities.

Since 1978 we’ve directly served more than half a million individuals from all walks of life – diverse youth, individuals with differing abilities, and others who face barriers of use to public lands and waterways. Our programs such as Canoemobile, Gateway to Adventure, and Families Integrating Together help connect people to the outdoors and each other.

At Wilderness Inquiry, we believe that everyone belongs. We work to ensure this belief holds true in our workplace, in our community, and in the outdoors.

Next Day Access

Next Day Access is a local (Minneapolis, MN) installer of accessibility related equipment including, but not limited to: Wheelchair ramps, stairlifts, Platform lifts, overhead ceiling lifts, grab bars, handrails and more!

Want your product or service added to the Ataxia Marketplace?

We are always looking to add information about products or services that may be helpful to a person with a neurological disease that affects mobility, coordination, speech, and other motor functions. If you are interested in having your company, product, or service featured in the Marketplace, contact our Director of Development, Joel Sutherland at joel@ataxia.org or call 763-553-0020.

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