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Variety's "My Stroller" Program

Variety's "My Stroller" Program currently provides a Kid Kart Mighty Lite adaptive stroller to eligible kids with disabilities in 22 Western Pa. counties. Typically, a family must choose between having a wheelchair or adaptive stroller. So, as a wheelchair is more necessary, an adaptive stroller allows for easier "on-the-go" mobility and participation in daily activities.

Noah is pictured in his adaptive stroller.

Variety’s "My Stroller" Program currently provides a Kid Kart Mighty Lite adaptive stroller for children who meet the following eligibility criteria:

  1. Location - Reside in the program's 22 county service area in Pennsylvania, including:  Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Centre, Clarion, Crawford, Erie, Fayette, Greene, Huntington, Indiana, Lawrence, Mercer, Somerset, Venango, Warren, Washington and Westmoreland.
  2. Diagnosis - Have a diagnosed physical, mental, or sensory disability documented by your child's current physical / occupational therapist or personal care physician.
  3. Age - Be between the ages of 4 through 21. An application may be submitted up to 60 days prior to the child's 4th birthday.
  4. Application - Current "My Stroller" application completed.
  5. Income - Applicant's household income must meet Variety's Program income guidelines. Income verification will be required of all applicants.
    2 $64,080
    3 $80,640
    4 $97,200
    5 $113,760
    6 $130,320
    7 $146,920
    8 $163,560
    # Household Memebers Household Salary
    ** For each additional household member, add $16,640.
  6. Letter - A letter from a physical or occupational therapist or personal care physician, indicating and detailing that the Kid Kart Mighty Lite adaptive stroller would be medically appropriate and therapeutic for the child (for questions, please contact Variety at 724-933-0460).
  7. Follow-up - A phone consultation with Variety's Program Manager may be requred with the parent and/or health professional writing the letter of medical justification for more information following the review of the application.
  8. Presentation - Variety requires the applicant and his/her parent or legal guardian to attend a scheduled regional presentation to receive the equipment in order to properly review all safety and equipment specifics before it is taken home.

To apply for "My Stroller", please click here to download a copy of the application.

If you are outside of Variety's service area, please click here.

For Questions or Assistance...

Please call the Variety office at 724-933-0460.