Pins highlighting domestic and international travel as a wheelchair-user. See awesome videos at SPINALpedia.com - 4,000+ organized spinal cord injury videos.
Maya Dove, a paraplegic from Melbourne, Australia, followed a dream she had since she was a little girl - to travel Europe solo. And she made it happen! Maya traveled across Europe last Summer for 7 weeks, and only a few hiccups occurred. Read in her own words how the trip went and which country had the friendliest people, in her guest post on our blog. #yesyoucan #wheelchairtravel
The TIGA-FX is a folding wheelchair that goes in most overhead storage areas on a plane. It's a small light wheelchair that helps disabled travellers stay in their own wheelchair right to the aircraft door and it can fold down and go on board with you. It opens up the world to disabled travellers and makes travelling by Plane more accessible. For the full story please look in my blog www.wheelchichome.com
If you are planning a trip to Florida and are going to the Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral with a wheelchair or scooter then take a look at my blog post on accessibility and travelling with a disability. On the blog now...>>> See it. Believe it. Do it. Watch thousands of spinal cord injury videos at SPINALpedia.com