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You Can Help Mary Stay Connected

“The drivers at Medical Motors take the time to walk you to your door. That makes me feel very secure. I feel privileged to use the service.” – Mary

Mary, who lives on a restricted income and doesn’t drive, is a long-time Rochester resident who calls the Corn Hill neighborhood home. She was one of the first women in Upstate NY to serve in the National Guard and worked for years as a nurse. She enjoys living independently in the apartment she shares with her Siamese cat, Sia. She has many friends, like Pat, who watched Sia when Mary had shoulder surgery.

It was after an emergency hospital stay in 2017 when Mary first learned about Medical Motor Service. Before finding Medical Motors, Mary had used taxi services. “If you are going to an appointment, they go inside with you to make sure it is the right office location and confirm the details about when you will need to be picked up,” Mary says, “They take great pride in their work.”

What does INDEPENDENCE mean to you?

Is it the freedom to choose how and where you spend each day? Is it the freedom to take part in activities you enjoy, to spend time with friends, and to make connections with others?

Each year, Al Sigl Member Agencies help over 55,000 children and adults with special needs lead more independent lives. YOU can help! Please consider making YOUR gift by visiting www.alsigl.org/independence