Wheely good time in Houston
With so much to see and do in Houston, we really didn’t have time to fit it all in for the short time that we were there. It is understandable that the city is developing a reputation as a serious visitor destination for the South of the USA.
Accessible Ireland Accomodation
The island of Ireland has some very remote countryside as well as magnificent cities. There are lots of accommodations offering facilities for varying types of access needs. Check out our blog on just a handful of the excellent places on offer.
Marvelous Morgan's Wonderland
Being able to enjoy this park as a disabled parent and share the laughter and joy with my wife and children will live with me for a long time. Being empowered to be able to take part is a reality thanks to Morgan and her family.
Damaged Wheelchair on a flight: Who is really responsible?
It is these people, those who handle our precious cargo who must be made held to account as well.
Accessing Tokyo by Wheelchair
Hotel rooms in Japan are very limited so booking ahead is most essential and it is best not to rely upon internet bookings if you have access requirements.
Wheelchair Users: Planning to Fly?
We also recommend making a list of wheelchair dealerships at the destination - just in case there are problems or damages that could ruin the trip.
A Mobile Solootion Providing Changing Places Toilets
Built to be mobile these Changing Places on wheels known as Mobiloo are a game changer in making outdoor events even more accessible.
Wheely Accessible Tower Bridge
As one of London’s iconic landmarks Tower Bridge (often mistaken as London Bridge) is a fantastic tourist attraction for those people who use a wheelchair.
ADA Grand Canyon Train
The Grand Canyon Train Company try to make the experience as enjoyable as possible and even offer accessible transportation within the National Park on arrival.
SPAIN - Autism Friendly City Fair
This year, however, the city authorities have taken advice from the Seville Association of Asperger Syndrome (Asperger - TEA Sevilla) who lobbied for a quiet period during the fair so that those fairgoers with Autism and their families and friends could enjoy the fiesta too.