Compassion Transportation Services provides quality and accessible transportation services to seniors and persons with disabilities. We help connect our clients to resources and appointments to ensure they feel autonomous in their communities.
Empower seniors and persons with disabilities to make informed decisions about their transportation needs.
We strive to make our clients feel part of their community and take the time to understand the diverse backgrounds we serve.
We offer safe reliable services that ensure clients get to their scheduled destinations on time and return home safely.
Every client and their needs will be treated in an individualistic manner to create a positive and productive environment for everyone.
We train our staff about the importance of community and stress teamwork to ensure clients are treated with respect and understanding.
Our services are communicated in a clear manner to ensure transparency between clients and staff.
Joycelyn’s compassion for the elderly people and persons with disabilities was sparked while caring for her sick grandmother in the Caribbean where she was born and raised. Growing up with six siblings, she learned to be both patient and kind. She now carries these characteristics into motherhood, caring for her two children and dealing with people on a daily basis. Joycelyn is passionate about working with people and has spent the last 27 years working with children in group homes, shelters and classrooms. Though most of her work has been with children and youth, Joycelyn frequently finds time to connect with elderly people at her church and the wider community. She has always dreamt of working with the elderly population because she honors their wisdom and finds it easy to get along with them. Joycelyn is a very hardworking woman who strives to make the lives of the people around her easier by always offering a helping hand. Though she has been faced with many hurdles, her resiliency shines through, making her the person she is today; someone that enjoys giving back to the community. She often lives by a quote her grandmother would say to her, “Charity begins at home and ends abroad” which has impacted how she interacts with people daily.