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.
Sometimes, accidents happen. For the most part, we get lucky enough to get away with a few scrapes and bruises. But for those who end up with injuries serious enough to have to use a wheelchair or mobility aid to get around, the road to recovery may be a long and difficult one.
Mesa is a mighty fine place to visit for accessibility, but you’ve just got to know where to look. Here’s a little listicle of the wheelchair-friendly clinics, places, and things to go and do when in Mesa.
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!
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?
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.
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.
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.
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).