There are many disability advocates working diligently to draw attention to topics that affect the disabled community. Today we focus on advocate and journalist Helen Dolphin, and her latest initiative.
Mobility securement that is rear facing and forward thinking. MATBUS received the Accessibility Award from Freedom Resource Center during the 5th Annual Appreciation Luncheon held on May 10, 2016. Freedom Resource Center Executive Director, Nate Aalgaard, presented the award to MATBUS, acknowledging their continued efforts to go above and beyond the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. This is due mostly in part to their installation of
Mobility Riders Experience Improved Bus Access with QUANTUM in Green Bay Metro Buses Green Bay Metro welcomes QUANTUM as the newest addition to local area buses, providing enhanced accessibility for wheelchair and scooter travelers. The fully automatic rear-facing securement system is activated by the simple push of a button. This allows mobility riders to secure themselves without requiring driver assistance, instilling a renewed sense of independence. Metro leaders
QUANTUM provides improved accessibility for mobility riders Green Bay Metro wants is focused on making buses more accessible and easier to ride for wheelchair and scooter users. “I take the bus wherever I gotta go. There’s always a city bus,” said Chad Sobieck. Chad Sobieck is a mobility rider who uses Green Bay Metro daily, but boarding and exiting the bus
#TravelTuesday isn’t just about where you’re going, it’s about how easily you can get there. Read this review on Quantum by wheelchair user, Richard Toulson. “I found the Quantum wheelchair restraint system really simple and effective to use. It was simple to move into place and with a touch of a button, that was that. The system chirped into action