BSI would like to thank all of the great Ohio DD Providers for attending the 2016 OPRA Spring convention. As a statewide association of service providers, OPRA is a leader in efforts to collaboratively build a statewide service system that meets the needs of its ultimate customers: Ohioans with developmental disabilities. Currently, OPRA’s Membership consists of more than 125 organizations, both for-profit and not-for-profit, providing services to more than 15,000 Ohioans with developmental disabilities. OPRA represents approximately 70% of the state’s community-based providers.
AbiliTrax is the first system to implement a completely uniform design. The AbiliTrax “X” track rails are manufactured to a uniform consistency and installed using a uniform floor grid. This means the AbiliTrax platform installed in one brand of vehicle will have the same dimensional attributes as another brand of vehicle with the AbiliTrax Platform. Therefore fleets can have one common platform across a multitude vehicle applications. This common platform allows for sharing of component throughout the entire fleet from seats to wheelchair restraints to stretcher mounts