Transportation

Accessible transportation is crucial for seniors to stay connected to community, visit family, participate in social activities, shop for nutritional food, and access the health and community-based services they need. When transportation resources are not available, seniors are at greater risk of being socially isolated and at risk of the health challenges associated with social isolation.

Recent Related Discussions

Discussion
In our September 10 discussion about transportation in the context of COVID-19, participants asked for ideas about...
As restrictions are easing and some businesses are re-opening, service providers are preparing to support clients using...
With physical distancing measures implemented for health and safety it has an impact on our transportation planning and...
A variety of groups have an interest in transportation. Providing some information about your role and/or interest in...
Discussion
The MARD (Medically-At-Risk Drivers (MARD) Centre conducted a Provincial Transportation Needs Assessment of seniors and...