Many communities have ample transportation services for their elderly and residents with disabilities who don’t drive, but those services are often too difficult to find, according to a new national survey conducted by KRC Research for the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC.) The study found a key problem in there being no single go-to source for finding local transportation services. Caregivers said they, too, found it difficult and time-consuming to get help. The NADTC is launching "Every Ride Counts," a campaign to make it easier for transportation providers and disability and aging agencies to provide information about available transportation services.
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