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Transportation

Remember the excitement of when you got your driver’s license? The freedom you felt?
As seniors and caregivers sometimes life throws us a curve ball that we can take as a negative OR we can change how we are thinking and come up with a solution to still have the freedom feeling.
Now it may not be the same but freedom is still within your reach. You just need to find it!
Whether you are no longer able to drive or just don’t feel comfortable doing there are solutions in the world to help you maintain some freedom.
Walkers, scooters, wheelchairs all enable us to get around and can be a lot of fun!
Better than sitting around, right? Getting around is better!
Many towns and cities are now offering accessibility transit so don’t fret! Check out wheeltransit, handicapped taxis and more.
As a caregiver, there are many services available to have someone take your caree to appointments, get groceries, run errands etc. so there is a solution. You don’t have to do it all!

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