My husband has accepted a position with a new employer approximately 300 miles from where we now live. My plan is to contract with a non-emergency medical transport service to get Mom (87, legally blind, mostly deaf and disabled) out there when we move - I know it would be much more comfortable for her, and the drive will be much less stressful for me, not having to worry about bathroom emergencies, boredom, etc. I'll have two cats in the car as it is, so I think this would be the best approach.
I know this service isn't cheap, and it's not covered by Medicare - I'm just interested in hearing of anyone else's experiences with this type of service. Any input will be greatly appreciated!