Crisis Management

Our phones do not stop ringing from people who are forced to make immediate decisions concerning the care and placement of their loved ones. And unfortunately, these family decision makers are frequently at a loss of where to go and who to talk to for good advice. In short, they don’t know what they don’t know—the questions to ask to get the information that they need. This is the part of Mobility for U® that I love the most—solving problems for families and steering them in the right direction.  There are so many resources that can provide useful assistance. Our constant wish is that families would contact us so that we can help.

Call Mobility for U® at 314-873-6814.

 

I highly recommend him for any special needs!

I wanted to thank Mike for this past holiday weekend. My husband, myself and my stepson were flying into St Louis for my son’s wedding. My stepson is in a power wheelchair and I was concerned about transportation during the visit. Mike was so helpful over the phone and helped relieve some of my concerns prior to the trip. Mike picked us up at the airport, explained all about the van and then took us back to the airport when we left. He went above and beyond to make us feel welcome and help us transport my stepson. I highly recommend him for any special needs! Thanks again Mike!

-PN

Mike Is A Pleasure To Work With

I can’t say enough good things about Mike Flotken and the service he provides. My wife and I are former customers of Mobility for U in which we were dealing with a great aunt who was getting older and not sure footed but still wanted to go out. We found Mike a pleasure to deal with, showing us the process of how his van’s worked and being centrally located really helped. I can’t imagine struggling to take out seniors anymore, I have recommended Mike to everyone I know and found him very easy to deal with personally and professionally.

-CM

WOW—Time Certainly Passes Quickly

We will be celebrating our 7 Year Anniversary soon and Mobility for U® continues to grow. I never thought that this service would grow into such an important transportation company, but we continue to offer new services to an ever-expanding family of customers. But, more importantly, Mobility for U® has given me the privilege to meet so many wonderful and compassionate people. From nurses in the various hospitals, to caregivers in the assisted living centers to independent contractors who perform services to our seniors and people with special needs, everyone is so willing to give assistance and worthwhile advice. I am truly proud to be a member of this wonderful group.

Perfect Solution to a Challenging Problem

I needed to transport a wheelchair bound woman on short notice on a weekend. I called several places without any results. Mobility for U was referred to me by another rental company and when I called, I spoke to Mike. He was courteous, friendly and accommodating. I was able to rent the handicap accessible van within hours. The van itself was immaculate and provided an extremely comfortable ride for all involved. I would recommend Mike’s company to any individual or organization that has periodic needs for transportation of wheelchair bound individuals. Perfect solution to a challenging problem for handicapped individuals.

AAN

Pay It Forward

Thanks to the ingenuity of people and companies around the world our seniors, loved ones with special needs and veterans have more mobility than ever before. New wheelchairs, scooters and other devices allow people to climb stairs, enjoy the outdoors, cruise the oceans and experience things that were never accessible to them before. BUT, we still have a long way to go to reach our goal of Equal Access.   And, we the people who are fortunate and don’t need these aids must become more aware of the remaining barriers that remain. I see so many people who won’t hold open a door for a person in a wheelchair, or help reach an item on an upper shelf in a retail store or help a person with their coat or help rearrange a table in a restaurant. I believe that everyone should spend a day in a wheelchair—then they would understand how difficult life can be. It only takes a moment to perform an act of kindness to a person who may not even ask for it.