Many people ask if their insurance or Medicare/Medicaid will cover the cost of an Action Trackchair. Many insurance companies (especially Medicare/Medicaid) do not consider the Action Trackchair a wheelchair and instead label it a recreational device. However, we have had SOME success with private insurance companies, depending on the state in which you reside and your insurance company.
These individuals have had some or all of their Action Trackchair covered after a doctor or physical therapist wrote a letter of recommendation deeming the Action Trackchair a QUALITY OF LIFE enhancement. Contact us for tips on working through the insurance process. We are happy to help!
If you are an individual who would like to use an Action Trackchair or Action Trackstander for agricultural purposes, an Agstar loan or funding assistance through Agrability are two options. Agstar loans money at lower interest rates to qualifying individuals. You can find out more about Agstar at
Many states have an Agrability Chapter, which would be operated through your state’s college system. Many of the chapters in our Distributorship are very familiar with the Trackchair and are willing to work with you. The national website for Agrability is
As seen on The Factor with Bill O’Reilly, and on Fox News, The Independence Fund’s Mobility Program provides disabled veterans the chance to get back outside so that they can enjoy the outdoors through a variety of devices that include all terrain wheelchairs and adaptive bicycles. Their application is online, and can be accessed at
Semper Fi and America’s Fund have both assisted with all aspects of care for post-911 wounded, critically ill and injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. This has included purchasing Action Trackchairs for those who desire to get off the pavement and back outdoors.
The Veterans Administration Prosthetics and Sensory Aids Service (PSAS) does provide both the Eagle and the Falcon models to veterans, both are FDA cleared devices.
Veterans click Here and print document published by the Veterans Administration Patient Care Services and present a copy to their VA doctors and therapists on their next visit to the VA hospital/clinic.
Both the Eagle and the Falcon models allow veterans with mobility limitations the opportunity to experience an increase in freedom and independence. The opportunity to leave the confines of their home to get off the sidewalk and navigate through water, mud, snow, ice. Going up and down hills taking part in everyday activities like work, yard chores and hobbies. Rejoining family and friends attending outdoor events and taking part in activities that were thought to be gone forever. The Falcon and the Eagle are at the forefront of restoring quality of life to our veterans.