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Every Ride Counts: NADTC’s Information and Education Campaign Webinar

NADTC hosted the Every Ride Counts: NADTC’s Information and Education Campaign Webinar on February 20, 2019.   View and listen to the webinar. Download a copy of the webinar transcript in Word. The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center’s Every Ride Counts campaign is designed to support local communities’ efforts to promote the availability and accessibility…

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NADTC National Poll Webinar: Transportation Needs and Assessment

NADTC hosted the Transportation Needs and Assessment: Survey of Older Adults, People with Disabilities, and Caregivers webinar on February 14, 2019. View and listen to the webinar. Download a copy of the webinar transcript in Word. The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center’s recent national poll found that older adults and people with disabilities are facing…

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Information and Referral: NADTC Blog Post Resources

NADTC’s Transportation Information and Assistance Blog Series is a compilation of resource posts on the topic of information and referral/assistance. “Transportation information and assistance” is a broad term meant to encompass the varied approaches that communities may adopt to respond to ride requests and answer questions about transportation options. These include specialized transportation information services…

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ARCHIVED – How New Information and Scheduling Technologies Support Mobility Access for All

For many older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers who need transportation, simply finding out about the mobility options available in the community may present an insurmountable obstacle. Such information is often scattered among several organizations, requiring numerous phone calls to piece together the complete picture. This webinar discusses how communities can address the…

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ARCHIVED – Enhanced Transportation Information & Referral

These webinars review the innovative collaboration among two Texas Area Agencies on Aging and their local 2-1-1 service. Presenters discussed what makes this collaboration work and offered examples that illustrate how enhanced Transportation I&R/A supports older adults living in the community.

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