Special Needs Transportation Services for Chicago Wheelchair Users

The population of people with disabilities in Chicago and surrounding suburban areas (Skokie, Tinley Park, Evanston, and others) have a need for resources when it comes to day-to-day activities and appointments. There are a number of services available that help individuals with mobility issues, and their families, including wheelchair accessible transportation service to get to various destinations.

Things to Do With Your Senior Family Members This Fall

Chicago is known for the myriad of activities available to its residents and tourists alike. As a melting pot for people from all walks of life, Chicago has made a concerted effort to make the city accessible with transportation, wheelchair-friendly city parks, and ramped museums.

Why Accessible NEMT is Important in Evanston, IL

According to the US Disability Statistics, nearly 8% of the population in Evanston, Illinois, are persons living with disabilities, while the US Census Bureau records that 16% are seniors aged 65 and older. While it is a minority of the people living there, it still represents thousands of people whose needs might get overlooked, such as accessible transportation.

Airport Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible Rides to Chicago Airports

Chicago’s main airports include: Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD), Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW), and Gary/Chicago International Airport (GYY). As a wheelchair or mobility scooter user, it may be difficult to know where to start when you are looking for transportation to get in and out of the airport.

Spring in Northbrook: Family-Friendly Activities

Whether you’re a local finding time to explore the Spring beauty of Northbrook or a traveler on the way to Milwaukee with time to check out the Northbrook area, there’s always something to discover. When planning family outings with members that utilize a wheelchair or mobility scooter, be sure to be ready for any transportation challenges ahead.