PT 4.3 Roundup: Real Life Experts on Getting Around in the Community

August 22, 2016 - 1 minute read

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Each issue of Partnering Together features Real Life Experts who provide their perspectives on the various life domains and topics that we all face.  This issue, the columnists wrote about their experiences with getting around in the community throughout the life course. Here are the questions that the experts answered in the latest issue (4.3) of Partnering Together:

Prenatal & Infancy
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Early Childhood
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School Age
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Do I need assistive technology for myself or our vehicle so I am able to get out in the community and places I need to go? Am I able to get out and about to explore and learn about my community?


How am I getting back and forth from school and to school-related activities (field trips, extra curricular activities)? Am I learning how to get around in my community (learning to drive, ride the bus, take a cab, etc.)? How do I get around to places I need or want to go? Is it safe for me (and others) to drive?

Read the full columns and check out what the Real Life Experts had to say in our latest issue at

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