How People with Disabilities Explore Connecticut’s Best Destinations

How People with Disabilities Explore Connecticut’s Best Destinations

Connecticut is a fun place to explore, with delicious food and drink at the best restaurants, awesome comedy clubs, and more. Whether you’re visiting, a local, or hosting a guest, there is plenty to explore around Connecticut as a wheelchair or motorized scooter user.

Foodie Paradise

Those with an empty stomach and desire to excite taste buds take advantage of CT’s cuisine scene with Connecticut’s famous pizza from Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana to Modern Apizza, scrumptious, smokey barbeque from Bear’s Smokehouse BBQ, and many other foodie destinations.

Everyone Could Use a Laugh

There’s nothing like laughing until you tear up with a few drinks and some close friends. Catch local and big time comedians as they present their newest material.

Laugh it up at
The Stress Factory Comedy Club in Bridgeport or check out some improv at The Sea Tea Comedy Theater in Hartford.
A lot of fun is to be had exploring the many breweries around town. The unique and flavorful craft beers that locals have formulated through hard work, passion, and dedication not only satisfies your love for beer, but brings an appreciation to how it’s made. 

Get a flight to sample the best brews at Brewport Brewing Company in Bridgeport or Hog River Brewing Company in Hartford.

Drinking? Don’t Drink & Drive, Call M7 for a safe ride home.

Connecticut is a beautiful place to explore, but transportation is a must given the fact that the sites to see and destinations for food or fun are pretty spread out. People with mobility issues or other disabilities may feel overwhelmed when planning a day out, especially when they are unable to drive themselves.

That’s where M7 comes in, providing a large fleet of vehicles that cater to the needs of individuals who utilize wheelchairs, motorized scooters, or other mobility devices.

Recurring Transportation Needs for Wheelchair Users

M7 rides aren’t just for grabbing food, nights out, and fun events. We help people with disabilities manage day-to-day transportation needs for medical appointments (NEMT), grocery shopping, airport rides, and more.

Do You Live in the Greater Hartford Area?

Residents of Greater Hartford with disabilities or are over the age of 60 are eligible for The Encompass Program. Travel at a discounted rate of only $5 for the first 8 miles, with each additional mile at $2.90.