If you are one of the millions of people around the world who have the time and the resources to travel, but who have physical restrictions or are disabled, you are not alone. Today you are part of a growing trend of travellers. The travel and tourism market for people with physical restrictions or disabilities Read More
It was the first ever Rheumatoid Arthritis week last month. In this blog we wanted to mark this event by sharing a wonderful story with you. This is a story of a courageous woman who always wanted to go on a Safari in Africa but with her Rheumatoid Arthritis leaving her more often than not, Read More
Going on holiday is something we all look forward to, so nothing should stop us from enjoying every second of it. But travelling with a disability can be stressful. Each continent, country and region will differ with the facilities it can provide to you. That is why our aim is to help you identify and overcome any potential obstacles before you travel, leaving you worry free and able to enjoy your time away.
King’s College Hospital in London is to carry out the first operation to insert a permanent “bionic” eye which has already restored sight to blind patients, according to this article.
We have talked a lot on Globebloggers about travelling with different medical conditions, but what we have not spoken about so far is different modes of travel for your medical condition. Namely, the differences between fly and cruise travel.
You might find it hard to believe, given Alison Steadman’s ditzy cheerful character in Gavin and Stacey, but over 20 years ago, Alison real life was far more complicated when she suffered a severe threat to her eyes.
You may have been watching the new series of How to Look Good Naked lately. We just thought we would share it with you to hear what you thought or in case you would still like to catch it on 4OnDemand.
It is now only 2 and a half years to London 2012, where paralympic athletes from all over the world will be travelling to London to compete. So we thought now was as good a time as any to put together some information about disability travel. So here are some tips on travelling with a disability, and how to avoid any possible pitfalls