Besides seniors who have lost the ability to drive or commute, non-emergency medical transportation services also benefit the families of these older adults. Imagine your parents or grandparents needing a ride but you can’t provide it. In such a case, you can rely on companies offering elderly transportation solutions.
Older adults who also have special medical conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia, may be more difficult to deal with when they need to go out for checkups. Again, for worry-free elderly transportation, turn to Active Transport.
Bone and joint conditions are also common among the older population. Hence, we also serve patients who may be on wheelchairs or gurneys due to osteoporosis, arthritis, and gout. To ensure comfort and increased safety, we provide door-to-door or bed-to-bed non-emergency transportation service based on the exact needs of the patient.
Our team can handle the transportation needs of patients with various medical conditions. These include, but are not limited to:
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It’s not only the disabled who are meeting barriers when taking medical-related trips. Sometimes, older adults also have limited access to transportation, preventing them from getting the regular health care they need. Active Transport recognizes this problem and the fact that offering dependable transportation services would make a difference in the lives of seniors.
Giving Back Independence to the Elderly
Active Transport offers non-emergency medical transportation services to seniors who may have lost the ability to drive or commute due to certain medical conditions. If these patients are in wheelchairs, the more they need the expertise and efficiency of our team to go places without hassle. Seniors can book our service for their scheduled medical appointments, and we’ll provide the appropriate vehicle and care they need through the trip—from pick up to drop off point.