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Independent Living Services

Independent Living Services

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Providers for Assistive Mobility Devices and Equipment and Funding Assistance

Superior Mobility

Superior Mobility is a Complex Rehab Technology provider serving Oxnard and Carson central and Southern California for over 40 years. They offer a variety of services and accessible living products/devices with a variety of leading adaptive technology and equipment manufacturers. Please note: they do not provide wheelchair rentals of any kind. 

Rehabilitation mobility products include:

  • Custom complex and standard manual wheelchairs
  • Custom manual wheelchairs
  • Scooters
  • Alternate driving controls
  • Click here for a full list. 

Superior Mobility also provides a variety of:


  • Professional evaluation and fittings 
  • Professional certification 
  • Insurance reimbursement 
  • Equipment repairs and replacements 
  • Click here for a full list. 

Contact Information:

  • Click here to find a location near you and view a map of the Oxnard or Carson offices
  • You can also contact them by sending them a peachmail message here.
  • Phone: Oxnard: (805) 604-1332 or Carson: (310) 218-2040 

National Seating and Mobility

National Seating Mobility (NSM) provides customized wheelchairs and other assistive mobility devices to help clients through their independence journey. They have an office located in Santa Barbara. For more information and to learn more about NSM’s services, please click here.

Contact Information for the National Seating Mobility’s Santa Barbara Office:

  • Normal Hours: 9 am - 5 pm Monday-Friday 
  • Phone: (805) 967-0070

Resources for Acquiring Service Animals 

Assistance animals are individually trained to perform tasks for people with disabilities, such as: guiding people who are blind (guide dogs), alerting people who are deaf (signal dogs) and alerting people who have seizures, etc. (service dogs). Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, businesses and organizations that serve the public must allow people with disabilities to bring their assistance animals into all areas of public facilities. Businesses may ask if the animal is an assistance animal or what task it performs, but cannot require special identification cards for the animal or ask about the person’s disability. Listed below are a number of schools and organizations that may help in locating appropriately trained assistance dogs. Click here for a full list of resources. 

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