July 30, 2013

What Is Osteoarthritis And How Do You Treat It?

Osteoarthritis or OA of the knee, is one of the most common reported occupational illnesses, and can be related to workers in the mining industry, carpet and floor fitters and occupations that involve a lot of walking, such as postmen […]

Wheel-Trans Not a Reliable Source for Disabled Transit Services

The following is from an email conversation between Wheelchair Accessible Transit Inc. and a local citizen concerned with the unreliable services offered by Wheel-Trans. All information here within this blog post is unedited. We are posting this in hopes that […]

July 26, 2013

Wheelchair Accessible Transit Inc. Featured in Mobile Business Communications Ltd Newsletter

Over the course of our company history, MOBILE has had the pleasure of providing reliable two-way radio communications to many vital services in the GTA. One such service is long-term customer Wheelchair Accessible Transit Inc. Wheelchair Accessible Transit Inc. has […]

July 25, 2013

False Impressions About Disabled Access

All building should be accessible by everyone hoping to gain entry; yet sadly this is not the case. Many managers and building owners seem to overlook the importance of disability access. The owners of the business or the building need […]

July 23, 2013

5 Warning Signs Indicating That An Elderly Person Should No Longer Drive

When a person reaches a certain age, he (or she) must seriously consider giving up driving, especially if the activity becomes more challenging because of growing health problems. Still, this is not a cause for depression. Giving up driving doesn’t […]

July 19, 2013

Three Features To Look For In An Accessible Van

When you are physically challenged with your mobility and independence, you know just how important it is to have a vehicle that can take you places. Those who are confined to a wheelchair or scooter shouldn’t be limited in the […]

Three Questions Answered About Wheelchair Lifts For Vans

When you shop for a vehicle to transport you and your wheelchair, there are a number of different factors to consider. Just as the type of auto mobile is important, you must also think about the lift placed on the […]

July 12, 2013

Wheelchair accessible transport, Toronto Opportunity.

The ongoing review of the taxi industry in Toronto provides a unique opportunity toincorporate accessibility into the supply of services. This document sets out in overview the opportunity and threats allied to this review. Significant to this is the need […]

July 9, 2013

Secrets For Winning A Medical Bill Dispute

Imagine being rushed to the hospital because of an unforeseen medical emergency. First of all, you’re worried about your health, because you don’t know what’s wrong with you or how easily it can be fixed. But after you’ve been discharged […]

July 2, 2013

Toronto Proposes Slew of Taxi Industry Reforms, Including Making All Cabs Wheelchair Accessible

City staff are proposing a slew of reforms to Toronto’s taxicab industry, including the elimination of a two-tiered licensing system that has been a source of bitterness among some drivers. City staff are proposing a slew of reforms to Toronto’s […]