Basic Info

401 Isom Roadd Suite 520
San Antonio, TX 78216
(210) 341-0008
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www.adirides.com
Preferred contact:
  Todd Hargroder - President/CEO
Accessible Designs Inc
Business Identifier: fuse advanced technology into the wheelchair mobility industry
Public Profile:
Accessible Designs Inc is responsible for the design, manufacturing and distribution of cutting edge mobility products for the wheelchair mobility industry, serving as a select distributor for high-end mobility products, accessories and quality rehabilitation fitness equipment for disabled individuals. ADI is fusing advanced technology from other industries into the wheelchair and wheelchair product design process. The firm is working closely with leading wheelchair design and manufacturing companies, The Human Engineering Research Laboratories (HERL) of the University of Pittsburgh, and The ROHO Group in the development of advanced wheelchair technologies and equipment.The company began when the founder sustained a spinal cord injury and experienced numerous frustrations with both the quality and functionality of equipment available for use by people dealing with a disabling condition. He began utilizing prior knowledge of the bicycle/motorcycle industry to modify existing products and design new products to more satisfactorily suit his needs and desire to regain independence. As these designs progressed, there began to be a local demand for some of these early products in the rehabilitation and therapy market, which resulted in the creation of ADI.

 Synopsis: Awardee Business Condition
Year Founded 1994 IP Holdings N/A
Employee Range 1-4 VC funded? No
Revenue Range Less than .5M Private/Public Privately Held
 Most Recent SBIR Projects
Year Phase Agency Dollars Project Title
2012 2 NIH $963,380 Development Of The Pathlock Biasing Caster System Phase 2
2011 2 NIH $763,964 Development Of A Light Weight, Durable, User Adjustable Composite Backrest - Phas
2004 1 DoEd $70,000 Lightweight, durable, adjustable composite backrest
2000 2 USDA $195,000 Collaborative Product Development Among Rural Manufacturing Firms To Serve New Markets
1998 2 NIH $600,000 Development Of Accessible, Ergonomic Laboratory Benches

      

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