Nowadays, there are a variety of transportation options specifically catered to seniors. HealthLift offers them the right balance of convenience, accessibility, and provides them with professional and personal solutions for their special needs.
NEMT isn’t just reserved for going to and from medical appointments. In fact, it’s a great way to get out in the summer and do something fun with seniors or your loved ones with accessibility needs. From interactive museums to stunning vineyards, HealthLift NEMT of Arizona can take you to where all the excitement is in Tucson.
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?
Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) Service companies, like HealthLift, offer wheelchair-accessible rides for patients, while also providing transportation for any reason an individual that uses a wheelchair might need to get around.
Looking after someone living with a disability can be demanding at times. The right resources & tools can make all the difference.
It can be intimidating and rather tricky to get to all your appointments in a wheelchair. But what if we told you that it doesn’t have to be a complicated affair?
Best Resources for Arizona Disabled Community. Wheelchair Transportation in Phoenix & Tucson is a Top Resource for Making Daily Life Easier.
With the holidays and the colder weather getting everyone in a vacation mood, it’s safe to expect a lot of traffic and people flooding towards the airports to catch their flights. Flying out can definitely be a challenge and, at times, intimidating, especially for people in wheelchairs or those with accessibility needs.
Not all individuals that utilize wheelchairs and other mobility aids have readily available access to reliable transportation. Either they are unable to to drive themselves, don’t have friends/family able to cater to all of their needs, or some other circumstance that prevents them from getting around.