Traveling with a Companion/Attendant
Amtrak does not require that a companion or attendant accompany a passenger with a disability. However, if a passenger anticipates that he or she may need personal care assistance during the trip, such as assistance with feeding, bathing, dressing, medicating or toileting, the passenger must travel with an attendant who can provide such assistance.
The Amtrak train crews are not required or permitted to provide personal care assistance to passengers. Please take this into account when making your travel plans. If it becomes apparent during a trip that an unaccompanied passenger requires such assistance, the passenger may have to detrain prior to his or her final destination.
Amtrak offers a 10% discount for persons traveling with a passenger with a disability (companion fare). Those designated as companions must be 13 years of age or older. Consult the discount detail page for information and any restrictions that may apply.