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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

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Naidex 2017: accessible travel for all

Naidex is nearly here! Taking place on the 28th – 30th March, Naidex is now just around the corner. It’s Europe’s biggest event in the disability and care sector and

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Top tips for travelling in a wheelchair

Travelling in a wheelchair is rarely easy, but it’s certainly achievable. To show you how, we’ve asked Susie from travel reviews website wheelchairworld.org to give us her top tips on

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Top 10 accessible outdoor routes across the UK

We’ve teamed up with outdoor expert ViewRanger, which provides downloadable route maps, to bring you the top 10 mobility scooter and wheelchair accessible routes across the UK. So if you

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Disabled holidays: your travel questions answered

To help make your disabled holidays that little bit easier, we’ve teamed up with accessible travel expert and wheelchair user Carrie-Ann Lightley from Tourism for All. This year we’re opening up

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Disability and travel: our ultimate travel tips

Starting to prepare for your holiday this year? Well before you book, you’ll want to read on. Disability Horizons Co-founder Srin Madipalli, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy and runs accessible

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Backpacking around Burma with a visual impairment

While she had her doubts, Alexa Huth didn’t let her visual impairment stop her from going backpacking in Burma for the experience of a lifetime. Read on to hear more

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Disability and travel: accessible adventures in Mallorca

Co-founder of Disability Horizons, Martyn Sibley, tells us about his recent trip to Mallorca, filled with accessible adventures – and a little time relaxing in a spa too.  There are very