At Access Unlimited we believe that mobility, like people, comes in all shapes and colors. We celebrate the rich diversity of our customers’ needs by creating products that allow easy access to ANY vehicle, from cars and vans to trucks and SUVs. We believe that adaptive equipment should be unobtrusive and should meet the needs of its user with a minimum of modification to vehicle or lifestyle. We believe every person should be able to choose the vehicle they like best, regardless of their disability. Access Unlimited products empower people with disabilities to regain control of their mobility.
Our website has plenty of features to help you plan your travels around coastal British Columbia.
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World Wide Wheelchairs has been in the business of providing affordable, quality, new and used wheelchairs and medical equipment since July 1998. Our mandate is to find the best quality wheelchairs and medical equipment (new or used) at affordable prices.
Who are we? A Dressing Needs is a specialty clothing and accessory manufacturer located in Mission, British Columbia. We are committed to improving dressing routines for people with disabilities and for people experiencing limited mobility. Our high quality, functional products are designed to be easy to use for both the consumer and/or their care provider. We currently offer a 3 in 1 weather-wise blanket with matching side bag, a privacy wrap and a wide selection of clothing. The product line will expand to include other weather protection articles and other items. The design and style of our current products are unique. We offer items at fair price and deliver great customer service.
This website has the latest equipment for travelling and working out for people with disabilities. You can also call them at 1-800-634-4351.
fuelService was created by a frustrated disabled driver who knew there had to be a better way of getting gas than driving around for hours beeping his horn and hoping someone helped.
It had to be a solution that worked for everyone. Free and easy for disabled drivers, low cost but seamless for gas stations. We think we got there, but are going to fight to get to perfection.
So often services for disabled people are expensive and make lots of money for the non-disabled. fuelService is different, all the profits go to finding a cure for paralysis. We donate to Spinal Research charitites, invest in research projects and organisations who are bringing a cure closer to reality.
WheelchairNet is a “cyberspace” community for people who use a wheelchair and have a common interest in its technology and improvements.
West coast express is an efficient commuter rail service linking, Mission,Port Haney,Maple Ridge,Pit Meadows,Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Port Moody with downtown Vancouver. We operate Monday to Friday during peak communter periods to get you to work or where ever your going quickly, comfortably and most of all inexpensively.
TRAVEL.com brings together in one place a lot of the top booking engines worldwide providing the greatest array of travel products available. These are companies that wish to compete head-to-head for your business. That’s why we are the “traveldotcom” ™. We bring to you many more ways to find the best price or the exact service you want all
TransLink, the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority, is a small organization involved with transportation planning, administration of service contracts with subsidiary companies and contractors, the management of capital projects, financial management and planning, public affairs and supporting business functions. TransLink’s Security and Law Enforcement provides security and enforcement for Coast Mountain Bus, SeaBus, SkyTrain, and West Coast Express.
This site has details in every local community busing time where goes at and contact numbers to get a hold of them people with disabilities is a great place to get information on your transit needs.
British Columbia’s independently owned and operated campgrounds provide services and facilities to suit every lifestyle and budget. BC’s campgrounds generally offer full service sites for those requiring electrical, water and sewer hook-ups on-site, as well as limited service sites, with electrical and/or water hook-ups for tents and tent-trailers.
Mobilise is a self help organisation run for disabled people by disabled people, and concerns itself with the needs of disabled people primarily by encouraging greater independence through enhanced mobility.
Our objective is to provide a professional, dignified, safe, and reliable “Door-to-Door” transport service to those in the Lower Mainland who have Special Needs and who are unable to convey themselves or use conventional transit. Using vehicles that are specifically designed for this purpose, with professional and comprehensively trained drivers, and in combination with the latest in Fleet Management technology, we will provide a prompt and efficient Patient Transfer Service enabling professional health care providers to make the most efflcient use of their facilities and individuals with limited mobility the opportunity to make the similar lifestyle choices on how they travel that are enjoyed by the remainder of the community.
Access to Travel, your special needs information source, provides information on accessible transportation and travel across Canada with the aim of making traveling an easier and more enjoyable experience for Canadians with disabilities. The development of this Web site was spearheaded by Transport Canada in cooperation with other federal government departments, provincial governments and not-for-profit associations.
This Guide, prepared by the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency), is designed to help travelers with disabilities plan and prepare their trip by air within Canada. It complements Fly Smart, the Agency’s consumer brochure which contains valuable information about flying to, from, and within Canada. Both documents were prepared in consultation with Canada’s air travel industry and consumers. They are available from the Agency and a number of travel agents. The information in this Guide reflects services offered by carriers operating in Canada and may also be helpful in planning an international journey.
Barrier-Free Travel; A Nuts And Bolts Guide For Wheelers And Slow Walkers is the definitive guide to accessible travel. This well-researched book contains detailed information about the logistics of planning accessible travel by plane, train, bus and ship.
Saveonresorts.com is your guide for luxury resorts and travel information. Our goal is to supply users with quality information on resorts and destinations across North America.
Genesis Medi Shuttle is pleased to provide a very efficient and cost effective alternative to special needs Canadians that require specialized transportation that appropriately meets their unique needs. We are a service provider for the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of National Defense as well as Health Canada . We are also delighted to have provided transportation for the Alberta Workers Compensation Board, AISH, and for a number of Regional Health Authorities including the Calgary and Chinook Health Regions. To explore how Genesis Medi Shuttle can help you, please feel free to contact us. We are here to help!
Today, individuals who use a wheelchair can travel by nearly every mode of transportation to virtually everywhere in the world. But whether traveling two hours or two thousand miles away, traveling with a wheelchair still requires a lot of thought and careful planning. Wheelchair users must not only consider how to get from point A to point B, but what they need to do to prepare for the trip, whether they’ll find wheelchair accessible accommodations and attractions at their destination, and even little ways to make traveling with a wheelchair easier. Without proper planning, wheelchair users may find traveling more frustrating than accessible.
The Abilitas Foundation is a charitable foundation, based in Abbotsford (BC). Abilitas was founded in 2008 with the vision of creating an accessible respite place for people living with disabilities. With the support of donors, volunteers, and our dedicated board and building committee, we have achieved this goal with the Cold Water Ranch Lodge in Merritt, BC.
The Cold Water Ranch Lodge has been the primary project of the Abilitas Foundation. A first of its kind in BC, the lodge welcomes kids and adults living with a disability (AND their families) and offers these families a much-needed place to rest, recharge, and reconnect.
A website linking stakeholders to promote participation in leisure for children with disabilities.
This is a great resource for disabled travel in general, not just for Canada