Accessibility Ensures All Visitors to Houston Have a Good Time

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Photo courtesy of filminglocations.com

Houston is home to a lot of great restaurants, parks, wildlife, and performing arts centers (and lately some pretty bad baseball). It’s also easily accessible for those visitors who have a little trouble getting around on their own. Below is a brief guide to help folks with disabilities make their way around H-Town.

Bus – All Metro buses are wheelchair accessible and equipped with either ramps or lift systems. The Metro also provides announcements at all major stops and transfer points in audible and visual form for riders with vision or hearing impairments.

Train – The Metro Rail is also wheelchair accessible and provides level boarding for convenience.

Tourist Attractions – Minute Maid Park, home of the Astros, offers one-hour wheelchair accessible tours of many areas inside the park not normally seen by fans. Additionally, most public areas including the galleries, sculpture garden and theater at the Museum of Fine Arts are wheelchair accessible and elevators are available throughout the building. The Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston Zoo, Houston Rodeo, and Children’s Museum of Houston are also wheelchair-friendly.

Red Oak Uniforms and Medical Supply to the Rescue

Red Oak UniformsAre you planning a visit to or live in the Houston area and need a rental wheelchair, scooter, or other piece of mobility or medical equipment?  Red Oak Uniforms and Medical Supply can help!

Since 1999, the company has provided its patients with the best medical equipment, services, and products at the most reasonable prices in and around Houston. From wheelchairs and walkers to scooters and rollators, Red Oak Uniforms and Medical Supply offers a wide selection of durable mobility equipment and other medical supplies to help make getting around easier.

Committed to providing top notch customer service, the company offers delivery services and can take reservations up to 90 days in advance of your visit or time of need. To make a reservation or to browse a list of their rental products, visit their website or check out their company page on Rent It Today!

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