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MELP/Able-closet - San Carlos - 1603 E. San Carlos Ave

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1603 E. San Carlos Ave, San Carlos, California 94070

Sa 12-2pm
Closed on holiday weekends

Equipment for children with disabilities is checked out on a first come, first-served basis. How it Works. Visit our warehouse to browse our available equipment. Donating equipment: Equipment must be in good condition with no missing parts. We accept the following items if they are in good condition: wheelchairs, KidWalks, Rifton pacers, Freedom adapted bikes and Convaid strollers. If you are unsure whether we will accept your donated equipment, please send us a picture at for confirmation. Please note: We never accept the following items: hospital beds, custom-fit braces, power wheelchairs, damaged equipment.

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Medical Equipment & Surplus Free equipment loans for children with disabilities in California from donations of same equipment. Equipment donation types include manual wheelchairs, strollers, standers, walkers & gait trainers, feeding & activity chairs, bath & toileting, outdoor & recreation, and others. Never accepted items: hospital beds, custom-fit braces, power wheelchairs, damaged equipment.
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