Solutions for Veterans

As a veteran, we know you have special concerns. Our staff at Ohana Stairlifts can help your transition back home. We offer mobility solutions customized for you and your family.
Veterans Seeking Assistance from the VA: The Department of Veterans Affairs has three programs that give cash grants to qualified veterans with disabilities for safety improvements in the home.
The Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) grant can be used for improvements such as wheelchair ramps and door widening, lowering kitchen and bathroom counters and sinks, installing elevators and stairlifts, and many more. Maximum grants are currently $4,100 for veterans with a 50 to 100 percent service-connected disability, or $1,200 for veterans with disabilities that are not service-related.
The Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant can be used to make significant changes to housing that will assist eligible veterans in functioning independently in their own homes. The maximum grant, currently $50,000, is available to veterans who have a permanent and total disability (blindness or loss of limbs) as a result of military service.
The Special Home Adaptation (SHA) grant can be used for any home improvement that can help veterans with service-connected disabilities increase mobility throughout their homes. Maximum grants are currently $10,000 and are available to veterans who have permanent and total disability (blindness or loss of limbs) as a result of military service.
A qualified veteran can receive both an HISA grant and either an SAH or SHA grant. For more information, call 1-800-827-1000 or go to the Veteran’s Affairs website.

Veteran Helping Veterans

Meet Staff Sergeant Brian Hall

Staff Sergeant Hall has been proudly serving his country as part of the Armed Forces since 2013. His successful military career has included multiple deployments overseas and completed two tours of duty. Brian was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his courage and devotion to his comrades. Growing up with military influence, he always knew he wanted to defend the country and his values. As a Platoon Sergeant, Brian Strived to look out for his comrades while planning tactical missions to enforce our nation’s readiness and peace with allied countries.  

Brian started his military training as an Infantryman, progressively moving through the infantry trade to become a Marine Corps Sniper. Brian currently resides in Kailua, Hawaii where he has been actively engrained into the community for 7 years. Brian has an associate’s in Business Management, an Associate Degree in Machining, and is currently pursuing a degree in Bio-medical Engineering. Brian provides his skill sets to help Disabled Veterans and the medically impaired while still serving in the United States Marine Corps Reserves. His duty has provided a base for community service and an obligation to give back to the community.

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