Tag: arizona

April 20 2022

Wheelchair-Accessible Ride Costs in Arizona

There’s a lot of uncertainty about how much travel and transportation costs are going to be these days especially for those with accessibility needs. What’s more is that some have shut themselves in because they’re unaware that reliable and affordable accessible transportation like HealthLift is available.

February 17 2022

Things to Do: Wheelchair-Accessible Spring Events in Arizona

After the cold and before the heat, Springtime is just the perfect time to head out in comfort and see what the Grand Canyon State has to offer, especially for those who use a wheelchair or mobility aid. Here’s a season full of accessible Spring activities anybody can go for in Arizona!

July 21 2021

How to Manage Transportation for Family Members in Wheelchairs

When it comes to family, there’s no doubt you would go the extra mile to make sure they’re safe and comfortable. This rings particularly true for those in our family using wheelchairs. The fact is, however, that we’re not always able to be there for them whenever they may need help. Reliable transportation is a primary concern in such cases, especially if regular appointments need to be met.

February 25 2021

Phoenix & Tucson Medical Appointment Transportation for Those with Special Needs

With how risky the world has become due to the pandemic, it’s important for the most vulnerable in society to stay safe and protected. Hospital visits often leave increased opportunities for exposure, so choosing reliable, fully sanitized transportation is important.

August 17 2020

Five Things to Consider When Arranging Wheelchair Accessible Transportation for Arizona Seniors

Accessible wheelchair transportation plays a big role in many of Arizona seniors’ lives. A resource as simple as being able to get a ride to a medical appointment or the grocery store when a family member is unavailable can make all the difference in their lives.

June 05 2020

Gaining Independence While In a Wheelchair

If you or a loved one in a wheelchair, or stretcher, needs to get to an appointment, or other destinations, it is advised that precautionary measures are taken to prevent infection. Especially since these populations are more likely to have underlying conditions that leave them more vulnerable to the virus. Here are a few tips to navigate the new normal.