REquipment is delighted to announce the release of our latest promotional video: REquipment Changes Lives. The video was shot and produced by high school film student Atticus Phinney-Anderson to help get out the word about the importance of durable medical equipment reuse. Thank you, Atticus for a wonderful job!
Many thanks as well to JoJo who generously shares his story as a REquipment power wheelchair recipient and also to Joe Tringali, Stavros CIL Program Director, and reuse partner. Stavros hosted Atticus and JoJo for filming last winter and Joe additionally provided an interview. Also, a big thank you to Amy Corrigan, PT, who is a program user and who came to the Worcester AT Center to be interviewed for this project. Amy does a wonderful job explaining the positive impact REquipment has had for her clients. Several more people at both Stavros and the Worcester AT Center contributed to our film maker’s understanding of the role REquipment plays within the community and the work it takes to refurbish durable medical equipment. Thank you to all who were interviewed by and spent time with Atticus.
Enjoy and share! (Here is an audio described version)