Despite having a disability, I am lucky enough to have traveled all over the world, including London, Antigua, Mexico, Tanzania, Dubai, Florida, California, Bahamas, India,
Traveling has changed immensely for many people who have disabilities. In the past five years, more and more resources have become available to help you
My fiancé and I are both avid travelers. We travel for work regularly and we love to plan leisure trips together whenever we can. However,
Thirty years after the ADA, there are still huge gaps in the transportation sector in many communities. Just recently, a group of people in Chicago
This past Christmas my fiancé and I got my in-laws tickets to see Hamilton in New York City. Since we live in Rochester, we had
When I lived in Los Angeles, there were definitely a lot of perks. I mean, sunny California for one! I learned quickly, however, that accessibility
As a lifelong chair user, and an avid traveler, I know the anxiety of flying with a power wheelchair all too well. I rely on
There’s a lot of different ways to travel and being in a wheelchair can sometimes make things more challenging. Here are some of my experiences.
Chicago at Christmas is a really cool place to be! There’s always a ton of things to see and do. There are great light displays
I find that public transportation in most areas nowadays are pretty convenient. The only downside is, of course, the weather especially if you’re in a
When you’re going through the process of getting a new electric wheelchair, you want a chair that looks cool, is comfortable and can get you
What an amazing project I experienced. I was invited to tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous house, Fallingwater, in rural Southwestern Pennsylvania to help address accessibility solutions.