How do I get a ride to the doctor?

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My husband and I use an area regional transit authority to transport us since getting him in the car is hit or miss. They use “mini-buses”. He is disabled so he gets discounted rides. There is a certain timeframe you have to call within. For instance, he is going to the doctor on Monday so I have to call on Thursday. The have buses with wheelchair lifts and come right to our driveway.
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Call your county Office of Aging. Ask if they have Senior/disability bussing. You usually sign up and pay a small amount for the ride. In my state, there is something called "Access" which helps people with rides from their home. As OA about that. Do u belong to a Church? Some members will help this way.
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Taxi? Uber? Public transit or Paratransit? You also may be able to connect with volunteer drivers through your local senior centre or home care agency.
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