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Disability and travel: have you ever considered Cologne?

Thinking of heading off for a city break this coming May bank holiday? Have you considered Cologne in Germany? We here from seasoned traveller Tom, who has Cerebral Palsy, about

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I for Inclusion: JOIN US to make inclusion happen

Disability Horizons has tried to remain a positive, entertaining and energising force for good since it launched. And we’ve built up an awesome community of disabled people in the process.

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HOLIDAY DISCOUNTS: accessible trips to Devon and Scotland

Dreaming of heading off for a relaxing break? We’ve teamed up with Limitless Travel to offer you DISCOUNTS on two accessible holidays: a five-day tour of beautiful Devon or six

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How to live the life you want and be a kick-ass disabled person

Fancy a shot of optimism and boost to your confidence?! We hear from Disability Horizons Co-founder Martyn Sibley about how to be an awesome disabled person in our modern society.

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Invisible disability: coping when everyone thinks you’re healthy

We hear from reader Gloria Persiani about her ‘invisible disability’. To many people, she looks healthy and ‘normal’. But inside, she’s struggling with tiredness, muscle weakness and poor balance. Here,

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Disability and travel: my new travel wheelchair

If you have a disability, travelling is rarely straight forward. So that’s why we’ve teamed up with Carrie-Ann Lightley from Tourism for All, to bring you a series of articles to

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Top 10 things to consider when renting an accessible car

For anyone disabled, or for those caring for someone that is, choosing the right rental car can be a minefield. There are so many factors to consider and checks to

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Disability and travel: holidaying in accessible Spain

Regular Disability Horizons writer, Carrie Aimes, who has Ullrich Congenital Muscular Dystrophy, tells us about her recent trip to Salou in Spain. Find out how she managed to plan and

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Disability and travel: rehabilitation in accessible Tenerife

Disability Horizons Co-founder, Martyn Sibley, tells us about his recent trip to Tenerife and the accessible rehabilitation centre in the sun, Vintersol. For regular readers of my blog and Disability Horizons,

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Disability and travel: accessing the Glacier Skywalk in Canada

As a quadriplegic in western Canada, I was surprised and thrilled to come across an advertisement for the Glacier Skywalk in Jasper. The Skywalk is a clear glass walkway that