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3 Things - Tuesday, December 19

'Tis the season for holiday travel. Whether it's by air, land, or sea, traveling with a disability can be a challenge. Here are three stories from three travelers with disabilities.
  1. The Truth About Traveling While DisabledMeg St-Esprit  
    Beyond the required ramps, doorway widths, and bathroom stalls, disabled travelers want—and deserve—to experience the same things non-disabled travelers do.

  2. The Disabled Traveller’s Guide to Planning a Long Holiday
    The following advice is based on personal experience. I have traveled with my mother, who became a paraplegic following an accident. I also became disabled several years ago. Additionally, I spent a decade providing therapy to patients with chronic health issues and physical rehabilitative needs.

  3. I Use a Wheelchair, and My Trip to the Galápagos Islands Was a Dream for Accessible TravelElizabeth Doughman
    Best known as the place that inspired Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, the island group has captivated me since I was young. But I never thought the Galápagos Islands would be accessible to a disabled traveler like me.


Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
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