When it comes to assisted living in Chicago, seniors require reliable and convenient transportation options to meet their mobility needs. This blog will explore the best way for assisted living residents to get around Chicago and the surrounding SE Wisconsin suburbs.
We understand the immense challenges that come with caring for a loved one that includes obstacles in mobility, especially when it comes to transportation.
Embarking on the journey to better healthcare shouldn’t be hindered by transportation challenges.
Dialysis Centers in Illinois and Wisconsin understand that reliable and consistent transportation is vital to patients and healthcare providers alike.
With the rising demand for accessible rides, the need for wheelchair-friendly hospital transportation also increases.
It’s a new year. A time to move forward and change for the better; better relationships, better career, better health. But the work of caregiving rarely changes — especially among the Burlington senior community.
Transporting patients to and from dialysis appointments can be challenging, and it’s important to consider more practical approaches to support their transportation needs while also reducing costs.
While Chicago is considerably an accessible city, there are a few things that need to be discussed when it comes to mobilizing patients. Here, we point out some of the associated risks, errors that may occur, and best demonstrated practices utilized by our skilled drivers to reduce the incidence and severity of patient transport incidents.
Patients who utilize wheelchairs have to be comfortable all day long, considering that their mobility is already limited. Accessories aid them in becoming not only more independent but also much more relaxed.
Wheelchairs have definitely come a long way since their heyday. With plenty of technological developments in the works for wheelchairs and advanced accessories, what are the ones that you need to look out for? Here are some concepts that could definitely make the lives of people with disabilities a whole lot easier.