Regaining Hope After A Diagnosis
When a family reaches out to the MDFF for help, we’re often their last hope.
Insurance companies, Medicaid, Medicare, and other agencies continue to make drastic cuts to funding for adaptive equipment and services needed just to experience a higher quality of life, more independence, and opportunities to build meaningful connections.
MDFF provides essential items like wheelchairs, hospital beds, van lifts, ramps for homes, bathroom modifications, and shower chairs. Learn more about how MDFF creates possibilities for our families.
Changing Lives Is a Team Effort
We have done a lot of good, but we’re only getting started.
Thanks to generous support from donors, grant writers, partners, medical professionals, staff, and volunteers, our MDFF family continues to help individuals with neuromuscular diseases get what they need to experience a higher quality of life, live more independently, and build meaningful connections.
Be a part of our growth and help us create a better future for individuals with muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases.
“When my son’s mobility van was stolen, MDFF was one of the first organizations to reach out to see how they could help. Explaining how my son could not go to school or doctor’s appointments because we now had no way to transport his power wheelchair, MDFF stepped in and purchased a new manual wheelchair. The help and honest care for my son was much needed and appreciated during a difficult time.”
The Parson Family
Patrick, Father of Tyler, Friedreich's Ataxia Patient
MDFF Wheelchair Recipient