Winnebago AE

Winnebago Rolls Out Accessible RV

For those families who have a member with a physical disability, sometimes the idea of a road trip doesn’t seem possible. But Winnebago has accessibility on wheels with its accessibility enhanced (AE) line of RVs, including the Inspire and the Adventurer AE. Now, mobility issues won’t keep you from getting on the road for your […]

head shot of Ben Perkins

Consumer Highlight: Ben Perkins

Ben Perkins was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. He attended Broad Ripple High School. After high school, he went to live with his dad in Texas and started working at Texas Motors as a parts delivery pick-up driver. He then moved back to Indiana and went to C1 truck driving school and became an […]

Sara beside her vehicle with her children

Consumer Highlight: Sara Banghart

Sara Banghart is a mother of two. Her daughter, Raelyn, was born with Pompe disease, which is an inherited disorder caused by buildup of a complex sugar (glycogen) in certain organs and tissues, especially in the muscles. Due to this disease, her daughter is non-ambulatory and dependent on a wheelchair. A few years ago, Sara […]

Consumer Highlight: Roxanne Peacock

Roxanne Peacock has used several of The INDATA Project’s services and I spoke with her to learn about her and her experience in utilizing these services.  I learned that Roxanne is 55-years-old and she has been married for 18 years. She has 5 children and 2 grandchildren. She grew up in a small town in […]

Monday Tech Tip: Adapted Driving Expo-Part 6:Adapted Sedan

On April 15, 2016 The INDATA Project hosted a full day training on Adapted Driving. Each month we will bring you a tech tip on one of the adapted vehicles we had at the Vehicle Expo. In this last one, Mary Follman, O.T. and Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist shows us an adapted sedan. Check it […]