The ASI Difference

ASI’s philosophy is simple:

“Start with the customer and work backwards”
Fred Thompson, Founder

Our customers are of a population of the most severely disabled. This population is often an afterthought in the minds of product creators and thus need special tools which allow independence and use of common products such as a television or telephone. We find out what our customer’s needs are and then design and provide customized solutions to fit their needs.

We also provide personalized service and support. No call centers or customer service representatives. We do it all and personally answer your call!

Founded in 1989, Accessibility Services, Inc., (ASI) has been a preferred provider of ECUs and adaptive equipment for individuals, hospitals, businesses, schools and universities throughout the state of Florida. We’ve recently expanded our reach, offering our experiences and technologies nationally to help provide our high standards of service to everyone desiring more independence and control in their environment.

We don’t just “sell” products, we also develop them. ASI has helped thousands of people realize and regain their independence. Additionally, our staff undergoes ongoing training to refine their expertise in evaluating, installing and servicing all of the products we represent.

We also work alongside therapists, case managers and caregivers during the evaluation process, offering our experiences and expertise to ensure each client is equipped with the appropriate devices. We take this a step further in commercial facilities, working with bio-engineers, doctors, nursing, therapists and facility management to provide reliable solutions to their patient care needs.

We serve a variety of populations including:

  • Hospitals
  • Spinal Cord Injury Centers
  • Rehab Facilities
  • Trauma Centers
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Speech Language Pathologists
  • Nursing Homes
  • Long Term Living Facilities
  • Individuals Affected by Various Diseases, including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Organizations for Disorders and Diseases such as ALS and MS
  • Schools for Children with Disabilities