Believe it or not accessible travel is becoming a very popular topic on the internet these days. That’s both good and bad news. The good news of course is that there’s more information out there. The bad news is, that a good chunk of that informaton is inaccurate.
And unfortunately the latter is happening all to often these days. It stems from a combination of lazy writers, and website owners who want down-and-dirty accessible travel articles, but who aren’t willing to fork over the bucks it takes to do the real research. And in the end it’s the consumer who really loses.
With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you separate the wheat from the chaff as far as accessible travel information is concerned.
If you’re new to accessible travel, or simply want to hear about some of my cool accessible travel finds, then be sure and join me next week for “Accessible Travel Basics: From Planning to Execution”, a webinar presented by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Can Do MS. Continue reading
These days you can rent just about any piece of medical equipment and have it delivered directly to a cruise ship. And in theory that’s great, however sometimes things can go horribly awry. Continue reading
Misinformation is rampant today on the internet, especially in regards to accessible travel. And after reading yet another ill-researched and downright ignorant “Accessible Air Travel Tips” article yesterday, I’ve decided it’s time to act. Continue reading
As we set out on our summer road trip with Cherrie, we thought it would be a good idea for Cherrie to share some of her to tips for finding an accessible room. After all, there’s nothing worse that arriving at a property, only to discover that it doesn’t fill you access needs. With that in mind, here’s what Cherrie has to say: Continue reading
No not THAT C-word — get your mind out of the gutter! I’m talking about an entirely different C-word –Certified. The whole subject came up last week when I got an advertisement from a Certified Dating Relationship Consultant. Let’s forget the fact that I’m happily married, but I thought to myself, “What kind of malarkey is this?”
And my Facebook friends pretty much had the same take on it, and one particularly astute gal even asked the million dollar question “Certified by who?” Continue reading