2014 Help Seniors Lead Active Lives

 

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Helping Seniors Get Around

Resources in St. Louis

If you are looking for options to getting your senior around, look no further!  Here are some resources available to seniors in the St. Louis area.

  • Mobility 4 U     Mike Flotken   Mike@Mobilityforu.com        (314) 873-6814   (rental vehicles with side ramps)
  • OATS Transportation Service   636-441-0898
  • American Cancer Society   314-286-8100    (cancer related treatments and appointments only)
  • EMT   314-781-6400  (Automobiles, stretchers and wheelchair accessible vans)
  • Continuum    314-863-9912   (24 hour advance notice required)
  • Mideast Area on Aging  314-615-7418  CORE  Transportation Program
  • St. Louis Area Agency on Aging – 314-612-5900   SeniorCenter Transport Program
  • Disabled American Veterans (DAV) 314-289-6443
  • Medicaid Non-Emergency Transportation 1-866-269-5927
  • Most hospitals and some medical offices provide transportation to doctor’s appts.
  • Seniors on the Fly, Vicki Fieman, 314-591-9911. She charges $15 per hr with a two hr min. 2nd person add’l $5 per hr. utilizing a 4 door Sedan. Easy access. She stays with the client during the call.
  • OASIS  314-539-4555  (They offer Stretcher van, Paralift or Van)
  • Metrolink  314-231-2345
  • Point of Change Ministries Transit Services   Norma Brooks, Exec. Dir,Eric Harris, Dir. Of Transit, 314-863-6484   Available M-F  7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sat. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  No Sundays.
  • Dave Harris, CNA and Missouri Class E Chauffer License 314-721-7464  (Charges $20/hr with a minimum of 2 hours.  Honda Odyssey 2007 Mini Van, Living centrally in Clayton/University City area; will travel a 25 mile radius of home. Will stay with the client until finished
  • Mary Go Round, Don Rose, 636-207-8743, cell:  314-223-6327,  ridemgr@gmail.com.  Provides transport to medical appts.
  • St. Louis Cab Company  314-993-8294   ($2.50 first 1/10th mile; 17 cents each additional mile; $2.00 fuel surcharge.  $22.00/hr waiting time)
  • Some communities offer transportation.  Check with your city government
  • Some churches provide transportation if you are a member and most senior resident facilities offer transportation.
Brain Stimulating Activities

Mature adults 65+ can attend college classes for low cost or no cost.  They audit so there are no tests but it does keep the mind active and engaged.Here are some websites that will help to keep minds active and learning while having fun:

http://www.aarp.com

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