Accessible Tenerife: part 2

Accessible Tenerife: part 2

Tempted by Tenerife? Last week, Co-editor Martyn Sibley shared a video about his time in Tenerife, discussing both the allure of its fine weather and accessibility. Here he talks to the owner of mobility equipment hire company, Lero, about its work in Tenerife.

In my last article I mentioned my love of Tenerife and also my physical need for support, both at home and when abroad. I’ve had the pleasure of using the services of mobility equipment providers Lero for 15 years now, and more recently have been assisting with Lero’s online communications.

Lero provide accessible airport transfers and excursions, mobility equipment hire (such as hoists, shower chairs and scooters) and also provide care for disabled people while abroad.

A while back I met with Lero’s manager, Roland Leykauf, and asked about what Lero provide for disabled people and how it can support you. Take a look at the interview:

By Martyn Sibley

Check out…

Accessible Tenerife: part 1.
Book review: Desires Reborn by Penny Pepper
G’day from accessible New Zealand: part 2.

We want to ensure that all Disability Horizons readers have as much accessibility information about their chosen destination as possible. So, if you have a trip to tell us about, get in touch by emailing us at editor@disabilityhorizons.com, messaging us on Facebook, tweeting us @DHorizons or leaving your comments below.

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