For many disabled and older people across Kent, a lack of transport services that are both accessible and affordable leads to their exclusion from local amenities and community life generally.

We are the leading provider of accessible transport for disabled people in Kent, making over 30,000 journeys a year. Our transport services take hundreds of disabled and frail elderly people on essential journeys each week, including to hospital and health appointments, visits to community centres and social gatherings, or simply a trip to the local supermarket or to see family and friends.

Many local residential homes have withdrawn their own minibuses from use due to high maintenance and management costs, and other local charities – such as Kent Association for the Blind, Age UK and Leonard Cheshire Disability – increasingly rely on our Transport Service to take clients to and from their own services.

Shopper arriving home  Clients arriving at Training Centre

Compaid’s fleet of wheelchair accessible minibuses and smaller adapted vehicles is driven by a team of trained and experienced drivers, covering a wide area across Kent and East Sussex, with more distant destinations available on request. Our door to door services can cater from individuals attending medical appointments, to large group outings to the Kent coast or local National Trust properties.


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