Explore essential travel tips for handicap accessible vacations, where BriteLift’s support and guidance ensure a seamless and memorable holiday experience for families with older adults and people with disabilities.
About 3.6 million do not leave their homes because they are disabled or housebound. For individuals and patients with limited mobility, finding reliable and accessible transportation options is essential.
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.
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.
It’s easy to book Chicago Airport Wheelchair Rides 24/7 with BriteLift. Pickup & drop-off all the way INTO Chicago’s airports O’Hare (ORD) & Midway (MDW). Download app, call or reserve online.
Medical appointments outside of major cities can be tough to get to without personal transportation around, especially for those with accessibility needs.
City travel can be pretty daunting for loved ones with accessibility needs and those taking care of them. But that might not be the case in the Home of the Bean where there’s plenty of family-friendly things to see and do for holiday visitors and the wheelchair-using sightseers.
Chicago is a relatively accessible city, with plenty of measures in place to ensure that people in wheelchairs can enjoy what it has to offer. But how accessible is accessible and what are some troubles that those in wheelchairs might face whenever they find themselves in Chicagoland?
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Chicago is a bustling metropolis filled with people from all walks of life. Naturally, accessibility is also a concern among a number of residents who may have issues with mobility and the like. How could a city with a massive population ever address the need for accessible transportation?