Wheelchair / Disabled Transport
It is our mission to break down barriers for the elderly and people with disabilities. We want to make sure that those who need help to get around are able to have non-emergency medical transportation whenever they need it. Our team helps people find rides and transportation options so that they can reach employment appointment shopping and even other destinations. Through our connections with other organizations who help to connect people with disabilities to transportation services, we help you to maintain your mobility.
*Disclaimer - Please note that we do not provide emergency transportation services. If you have a life threatening issue, please call 911.
Identify Transportation Needs
Sac Medical Transport provides you with transportation services by identifying what your transportation needs are. We will determine where it is that you would like to travel and how often you will be traveling. the times of day that you'll be traveling will also be considered. we can help you find out if you are able to use regular public transportation services or if you need to participate and other means of non-emergency medical transportation.
Connecting to Mobility Managers
So, what is a mobility manager? A mobility manager is someone who offers you counseling services and education on the types of transportation options and alternatives that are available to you. We can give you a referral to your local mobility manager who will put you in touch with a transportation expert. These experts can offer you loads of information on the services that are available in your area. They will even offer you guidance on how to find a ride or even arrange your rides for you. Sac Medical Transport also offers mobility management services on a larger scale. We can help you find mobility manager says locally-based in order to best serve your needs.
Your mobility manager will have a comprehensive list of transportation resources and services that are available in your area. Transportation providers in your community are often willing to share their expertise in order to get the word out about services that they have available. A lot of services are available through websites I can help you get a ride to the places you need to go. The American public transportation Association directory is a great place to start. They are also elder care locators in many areas of the United States. Your state will also have information services for variety of transportation services. Faith-based organizations are often willing to help with non-emergency medical transportation services as well.
Communicating with Transportation Providers
One of our services include helping you to communicate effectively with transportation providers. We can help you answer specific questions that they may ask in order to better serve you in your specific situation and cater to your particular mobility needs.