Many disabled and senior citizens who use wheelchairs have limited transportation options. Services such as Loyal Lifts provide comfortable non-emergency medical transportation for their clients on wheelchairs or those who have mobility challenges. 

Access to public transportation can be tricky for people living with a disability or are wheelchair bound. Non-emergency medical transportation for individuals who use wheelchairs seek the same opportunities to move as freely as possible. If you, your loved one, or your patient is in a wheelchair and need to get around, engaging in the service of a wheelchair transport company is your best option. Here’s how we can help.

March is colorectal cancer awareness and prevention month and what better way is there to support and promote this very important cause than to participate in a fun, family-friendly 5k run on a beautiful Spring day in Charlotte? “Get Your Rear in Gear” 5k is happening Saturday, March 21, 2021, at McAlpine Park in Charlotte, NC.

Getting around Asheville can be challenging, even when things are perfect. Over 30,000 people have moved to the city since 1990 and 90,000 to Buncombe County. In the car, traffic jams and fenders-benders are part of life in western North Carolina. Once you park, you join thousands of residents and millions of tourists as they navigate tricky terrain and often uncooperative weather. That is not to say anything negative about the city or county. Substantial efforts have been made to make the city more friendly for pedestrians and cyclists. We have excellent sidewalks and beautiful greenways. However, there is no doubt that life and travel in the mountains are a little more challenging than in most places. 

Of course, we would not trade North Carolina for anywhere. If you are traveling to Asheville for a wedding, birthday, graduation, or special occasion, you will be created with spectacular views and stunning scenery. If getting around in a wheelchair is a consideration, Asheville has made great efforts to ensure excellent accommodations. Still, it is important to plan ahead. Here are a few tips for making sure you can enjoy special occasions with your wheelchair. 

10 Things to Do in Asheville, NC 

Valentines isn’t just a day for couples, but it’s a holiday that everyone should celebrate. It’s a great time to show love and affection to all of your friends and family and a great time to spend quality time with seniors in your family. Traveling looks very different depending on where you are from and where you are going.

However, if you venture out on Valentine’s Day with your loved ones, be sure to check local restrictions and be willing to adhere to all safety regulations before planning a trip to Asheville. Whether they are disabled or need transportation assistance, Loyal Lifts has put together ten things to do on a full shuttled day in Asheville, NC on Valentine’s Day.

Asheville is one of the most visited cities in North Carolina. Tens of millions of tourists drive, fly, or take the bus to the largest city of its elevation east of the Mississippi River. Just a few moments in town and it’s clear why so many enjoy spending time here. Mile high mountains rise right out of the downtown skyline as if they are part of the city itself. There is a vibrant culture alive with great restaurants, music, and arts. There is a thriving business community made up of small companies and large corporations. Many of the businesses are attractions in themselves.

If you are considering visiting the city or western North Carolina area, and you need to get around with your wheelchair as well, Loyal Lift Transportation is here to help. In this article, we are providing tips for how to get around Asheville if you need wheelchair accessibility, and where to go.

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