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TRAVEL TIPS FOR THOSE WITH ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS
Traveling around the world is a truly life-changing experience, which should be available to everyone. Those with limited mobility or access, and certainly those who care for them, often struggle to navigate in a world contains a lot of barriers, either by way of understanding or infrastructure.
There are a lot of moving parts (sometimes literally) to consider before taking off on an adventure. Fortunately, we’ve put together some easy tips and tricks to remember and hopefully make your experience the best it can be!
Planning is the first step in a long process of getting ready for a big trip. So be sure to give yourself extra time getting around.
- Traveling is stressful enough without worrying about any extra help you or a friend might need. Take your time. The world can wait!
- It’s always a good idea to take a statement from your doctor, preferably on an official letterhead, that explains your condition, any medications you need, any potential health complications, and other pertinent information. Be sure you know which phone number to call your doctor (or another medical professional) at, in case of an emergency situation at any time of the day.