We firmly believe—and research has backed us up—that home, and not a nursing home or other care facility, can be the best place to recuperate from surgery, grow old, or deal with a chronic condition. Still, for the person remaining at home, it can also feel confining.
You have family and friends to see, places you want to go, and things you need to do. Your regular activities and your community are all part of what makes you the person you are. But what if you don’t drive or can’t find a ride? If there’s no public transportation nearby? Or if there is a bus or train, but you find it inconvenient and uncomfortable?
That’s the time to call O’Connell Care at Home for Senior Transportation Services.
O’Connell’s goal in offering transportation management, including livery services, is to help you get out, get around, and keep living your life as you always have.
By driving you where you want to go, we can help you stay active and independent. A ride means you will have the ability to do the things you want to do, as easily, comfortably, and often as possible. To make it all happen, we offer door-to-door service throughout Western Massachusetts and beyond.
Our transportation service features a wheelchair-accessible van that fits seven individuals comfortably. It is available for daytime excursions, evening outings, weekend and holiday transportation—all non-medical and non-emergency purposes. Even, in some instances, overnight.
O’Connell's van service is available to take you wherever you need to go, for whatever reason, including:
With a flat, reasonable rate and the kind of compassionate, personalized care we provide with all of our at-home services, the O'Connell Care at Home Transportation Service is the convenient, comfortable way to get back on the road—and back on with life.
Declare your independence: Contact O’Connell Care at Home today for more information on our transportation management and livery services. We’ll come get you.
We are a second set of hands for individuals, families, and caregivers. A professional geriatric care manager, who understands all facets of caregiving, can assist as your guide, advocate and coordinator. Families challenged by distance from their loved one or by work circumstances which prevent them from being full-time caregivers find this resource especially helpful.
Help with everyday activities in and outside of the home are only the beginning. Coordinating visits and appointments, aiding mobility, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, watching for changes in health, even reading to our senior client, all fall within the scope of our comprehensive services.