British Red Cross Home and Well Scheme
This scheme can provide supported transport for hospital discharge across Mid & East Antrim. You can be referred by someone else (such as a hospital, primary care trust or your GP) or you can contact your local service yourself.
Tel: 028 9073 5350
Disability Action Transport
DATS is a local urban transport service for people with disabilities or for those who find it difficult using mainstream public transport.
Tel: 028 9029 7880
For more information go to www.disabilityaction.org/transport.
South Antrim Community Transport
This is a transport option for individuals living in rural areas that are unable to, or have difficulty accessing local, basic services due to lack of conventional transport during the hours of Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm.
Tel: 028 9334 2455
For more information go to www.southantrimcommunitytransport.com
North Coast Community Transport
Dial a Lift – for registered members. Door to Door Transport is available to registered rural dwellers who are unable or find it difficult to use public transport to local services such as: shopping, clinics, post office, chemist and access to training.
Tel: 028 7032 1234
For more information go to https://www.northcoastcommunitytransport.com/
Shopmobility is a free service and can be used by anyone. You do not need to be registered as disabled to be a member of the scheme. The Shopmobility model allows anyone with a mobility difficulty, whether a life-long disability, during recovery from surgery, a sports injury or anywhere in between, to recover lost mobility by loaning mobility equipment such as electric scooters, manual wheelchairs and other aids. Shopmobility Ballymena also provides access to an electric wheelchair for long-term members, subject to training.
Tel: 028 2563 8822
T: 028 9336 8415