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Staff training: Helping older adults and people with disabilities find and use transportation services

Learn how to help your consumers access mobility services so they can live active and independent lives in their communities.

Mobility is critical to quality of life for older adults and people with disabilities. This training is targeted to staff of aging and disability service organizations. It covers:

  • Types of transportation services available in communities across Massachusetts
  • A tool to navigate through the options and identify which services are available locally
  • Supports available to help people learn to use transportation services, and support available during a trip
  • Driving as a mobility option for people with disabilities and older adults

Watch the video to learn more. Explore the supplemental resources below for additional information and tools.

Table of Contents

Training video: Finding transportation in your community

Additional Resources

Supplemental resources

What’s out there?

Navigating the options

  • Ride Match – online, searchable database of public and private transportation services in Massachusetts

Support

Driving

 

Contact

Online

Email MassMobility hstmobility@state.ma.us
Visit our website MassMobility 

MassMobility would like to thank the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, MassDOT, and members of the transportation workgroup of the Governor's Council to Address Aging in Massachusetts for their assistance developing this video. Thanks in particular to the Barr Foundation for their assistance with graphics and video editing.

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