Tag: wheelchair community arizona

September 23 2021

Guide for Wheelchair-Friendly Transportation in Metro Phoenix & Tucson Area

While there are a few wheelchair-friendly options for transportation around Phoenix and Tucson, public transportation for the most part is unreliable. The greatest resource individuals with mobility issues and disabilities can benefit from is a professional transportation company designed for catering to wheelchair, scooter and stretcher needs.

September 09 2021

Accessible Rides to the Tucson Artisan Gem Show 2021

The Tucson Gem Show has been a community staple for local artisans, business owners, and traders. However, due to the pandemic and strict safety laws, the much-anticipated event had to be put on hold in 2020. This year, as restrictions ease up, the event returns for a fantastic four-day experience.

June 15 2021

Advantages of Private Wheelchair-Accessible Transportation (NEMT) Over Public Transportation

Public transportation has evolved throughout the years to accommodate wheelchair patients who need to get to their destination. It’s not the most convenient option out there, though, and when there’s simply no one to drive wheelchair users around, there’s always the option to book non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT). 

May 19 2021

What Are Your Options for Accessible Transportation in Phoenix, AZ?

Phoenix, AZ has grown to be a fairly accessible city to live in, with resources and programs put in place to aid the senior community and those with disabilities. We take a closer look into the city’s accessible transportation options and how well they provide for individual needs.

December 23 2020

Resources for Accessibility in Phoenix & Tucson

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.