COVID-19 Resource Hub

We plan on taking advantage of social media and this resource hub to provide timely advice and guidance to help you navigate through this challenging time.

It started with a vision and a simple conversation that turned into action.

It started with a vision and a simple conversation that turned into action. A month ago, Gavriela N. Guerrero, plant manager at Freedom Designs, took an idea and ran with it. While she was at home, watching coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, she saw a news story on people making their own masks. She thought to herself, “our sewers can do this”!

A huge thank you to our associates in Sanford, Florida and Elyria, Ohio.

Sending a virtual shout out to our Invacare associates in Sanford, Florida and Elyria, Ohio! We THANK YOU for your daily dedication and hard work during this crisis.

Coronavirus boosts demand for Elyria-based Invacare’s oxygen products and beds

WASHINGTON, D.C. - As other Northeast Ohio businesses lay off workers during the coronavirus pandemic, Elyria-based medical equipment provider Invacare Corporation is adding shifts to satisfy a huge demand for the oxygen concentrators and medical beds it produces.

Invacare Associate, Nikki Barlow, provides help for those struggling during the pandemic

We are so proud of our Invacare associates and how they are helping those in need.

Veterans we appreciate you and will see you next year!

We would like to send our gratitude and appreciation to all the VA Offices and Veterans we have served for over 40 years! In order to keep everyone safe and healthy, the VA recently announced the decision to cancel the 2020 National Veteran’s Wheelchair Games. We love supporting the Wheelchair Games and are certainly saddened by this decision; but we know it is the right one! In honor of our veterans, please check out our YouTube channel, and the many veterans we have had the pleasure to meet over the years!

Beds in High Demand to support COVID-19 Pop-up Hospitals

Invacare is Here to Help and we are proud to be of service during this pandemic. Invacare products were spotted at a pop-up hospital to support the extra needs of Dallas County patients which is nearing completion at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. The load of large crates came with a variety of beds and equipment to care for 250 patients.

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