With the rising demand for accessible rides, the need for wheelchair-friendly hospital transportation also increases.
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.
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.
Booking an accessible transportation service has several advantages. Not the least of which is the ability to arrange regular medical transportation and get a ride from the hospital to your home with the Door-through-Door service.
Wisconsin wheelchair users, their families and doctors trust BriteLift for wheelchair accessible Non-emergency medical transportation NEMT. Serving those with disabilities that need handicap accessible rides.
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.
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.
According to the CDC, Adults with disabilities in Illinois experience health disparities and are more likely to experience obesity. Bariatric transportation is a specialized ride service that caters to the needs of passengers that utilize heavy-duty or extra-wide wheelchairs or mobility scooters that need to get to various destinations. This can include, but is not limited to, non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT), airport rides, leisure or entertainment, and more.
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.