Fourteen students are on board when fire breaks out. The bus team begins the evacuation, and neighbors step in to help.
Assigned to transport a student who uses a wheelchair to his graduation events, Jennifer Collins of Hillsborough County (Fla.) Public Schools goes out of her way to provide a special ride.
The policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics addresses creating IEPs, proper use of restraint systems, and care administered by aides and nurses.
The sessions provide guidance on securing bus passengers who use wheelchairs.
Todd Hawks joins the wheelchair and occupant securement supplier.
The event, held every two years, will take place in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Sessions will cover such topics as school bus technology, emissions standards, and the changing labor market.
The survey covers such topics as student ridership, driver pay, and special-needs bus equipment.
Richmond County (Ga.) School System’s investigation of the incident finds that the 12-year-old’s wheelchair had not been secured properly due to a training deficiency.
An Illinois man who had driven around a stopped special-needs bus aimed to make up for it by paving the driveway at the home of the student he saw deboarding in a wheelchair that day.
Collins marks its 50th anniversary with a new vehicle that enables students in wheelchairs to bring themselves aboard.
To bolster protection of passengers with mobility devices, training expert Darren Reaume shares tips for getting the best fit with securement equipment.
The bus, built on the Ram ProMaster chassis, is designed to enhance accessibility with an integrated wheelchair ramp.
Easypull is a fully integrated winch system that pulls a wheelchair and passenger into a vehicle up a ramp.