According to the Center on Disability, Arizona’s population of people with disabilities is 12.6%, while Phoenix has 10.2% and Tucson with 15.0%. While these numbers look small, they represent a whole demographic of people that need special assistance especially when it comes to accessible transportation.
Millions of people visit the beautiful state of Arizona every year. Many of those visitors use wheelchairs, motorized scooters and other mobility devices. What’s the best way to get from point A to point B when you’re in The Metro Phoenix and Tucson areas? What is Arizona’s trusted wheelchair accessible van service?
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!
Arizona resources and tools like transportation (NEMT) & mobile apps help organize schedules, making life easier for both caregiver and ward.
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.
Providing care for senior or disabled family members is no easy task. The responsibility that comes with being a caregiver or financial provider for loved ones can be taxing on many levels. It may take a toll on you emotionally, physically or mentally — and planning ahead, scheduling, and utilizing community resources can make all the difference.
Arizona pushes forward as a progressive place for those utilizing wheelchairs and mobility aids, particularly in the Metro Phoenix and Tucson areas. As Arizona’s wheelchair-user community includes many individuals, there are many useful resources available that help with everyday needs. These resources serve to make the lives of our disabled community better by making access to medical needs, employment, and leisure more accessible to everyone.
Learn about non-emergency medical transportation, and how it could be the right resource for patients, providers and individuals in wheelchairs or stretchers.
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.
Being in a wheelchair shouldn’t stop you from going on an outing with your family in Arizona. With plenty of wheelchair-accessible venues available, along with wheelchair-friendly activities, you won’t have a problem enjoying the sights and sounds in Metro Phoenix and Tucson.