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How does it work? Book with us and your wheelchair accessible ride is fulfilled by our network of trusted transportation service providers.
Our network of transportation service providers consists of independent owner/operators.
Accessible Transportation Made Easy
Whether it’s shopping, a doctor’s appointment, dinner with the family or a trip to the airport, BriteLift’s network of qualified transportation service providers takes you where you want, when you want. Convenient. Safe. Reliable.
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How to Manage Dialysis Transportation in IL & WI
Dialysis Centers in Illinois and Wisconsin understand that reliable and consistent transportation is vital to patients and healthcare providers alike.
Wheelchair-Friendly Activities in Wisconsin for People with Disabilities
From casinos to lake retreats, there are plenty of wheelchair-friendly activities in Wisconsin that will make your visit truly unforgettable.
Milwaukee City Hospital Transportation for Patients Utilizing Wheelchairs
With the rising demand for accessible rides, the need for wheelchair-friendly hospital transportation also increases.
Senior Independence through Accessible Transportation Services
The preservation of as much independence is the main goal of most seniors experiencing disabilities or other limitations that come with age. This is where senior transportation comes in.
5 Tips for Family Caregivers in Burlington, IL
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.
Navigating Winter Transportation Needs for People with Disabilities During Snow Storms
The blowing snow may end up causing poor visibility and unsafe travel conditions. People with disabilities and special needs, most especially those who use wheelchairs and other mobility devices often opt to get wheelchair-accessible rides for winter transportation.