Travel Assistance

Find help for your travel with a child with chronic pain. 


Patient AirLift Services (PALS) will arrange FREE air transportation for individuals in need of medical diagnosis, treatment of follow-up. Our network of volunteer pilots provide this FREE service using their own or rented aircraft without reimbursement or compensation. There is NEVER a charge for the services we provide. All patients need to be AMBULATORY, and able to fly in a general aviation unpressurized aircraft and enter/exit that aircraft with little or no help. Please call to see if you qualify for a flight 1-888-818-1231 or visit our website.


Provides information about: disabled travel, wheelchair travel, disabled holidays, disability travel, handicapped travel, accessible travel, accessible travel, vacations for disabled, and mature travel.

Angel Flight was created by a group of pilots who believe in the benefit of volunteering. We strive to keep all aspects of the organization volunteer. We are a non-profit charitable organization of pilots, volunteers, and friends. We will arrange free air transportation for any legitimate, charitable, medically related need. This service is available to individuals, and health care organizations. We will also arrange transportation of those people who are financially distressed, or who are in a time-critical, non-emergency situation due to their medical condition.

Accessible travel resources for wheelchair users and mobility-impaired people

The Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH), founded in 1976, is an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities, remove physical and attitudinal barriers to free access and expand travel opportunities in the United States and abroad.

MMA’s mission is to ensure that no financially stressed patient is denied access to distant specializedmedical evaluation, diagnosis or treatment for lack of a means of long-distance medicaltransportation.

Today, individuals who use a wheelchair can travel by nearly every mode of transportation to virtually everywhere in the world. But whether traveling two hours or two thousand miles away, traveling with a wheelchair still requires a lot of thought and careful planning.