World on Wheels recently hosted a webinar that was chock full of great tips for planning your next trip to make it the vacation of your dreams. Read this post — and visit World on Wheels — before you go.
Are you still shopping for holiday gifts? Don’t worry — there’s still time. If you’re buying for someone who lives with paralysis, here are some last-minute gift ideas they’ll probably love.
Traveling with a disability can be one of life’s greatest pleasures – and one of the most frustrating. I hope you find these tips helpful when you plan your next great adventure.
Airplane travel can be a nightmare if you have a disability, but airlines are slowly trying to make it a little easier. Here are two examples from United Airlines and Delta Airlines.
The Christopher & Diana Reeve Foundation has announced the launch of its “Outdoors for Everyone Campaign.” This initiative aims to ensure that the great outdoors is equally accessible and inclusive for all people – including those living with paralysis, their families, and caregivers.
In a growing trend, national and state parks and other outdoor recreation areas across the U.S. are providing off-road wheelchairs specifically designed for rougher terrain. Here’s where to find them and how to persuade your local park officials to stock one.
Not everyone is into sports, but if you are, below is a list of national adaptive sports organizations in the U.S. and a few other countries, as well as organizations in every U.S. state.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is trying to make flying somewhat less of an ordeal for people with disabilities. On the 33rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), DOT announced a new rule that requires airline lavatories to be more accessible.
“It’s just like delivering a placenta,” my brother-in-law, a doctor, says helpfully. I fail to see the humor. Dan and I are trudging through the Alaskan bush on the Canoe Portage From Hell…