Hey, everyone!

Two Accessible Travel Chats are coming up, and now is the time to register. These events, hosted on Zoom, present unique opportunities to meet and connect with Wheelchair Travel readers, and to gain insight and inspiration for accessible travel. 

Here’s what is on deck this month:

John seated on a camel in front of the Egyptian pyramids, with text in the background that reads Accessible Travel Dreaming.

This Thursday, February 22, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. ET (New York time), I will be sharing stories from some of my favorite accessible travel adventures — trips that were, at one time, on my bucket list.

After my chat, you’ll be free to ask questions about the trips I’ve discussed, or about the trips you dream of taking yourself. If there is an amazing adventure that you remember fondly, please share that with us! Hopefully, at the end of the hour, we’ll all leave with inspiration for our next accessible journey.

Click here to register for the Accessible Travel Chat: Accessible Travel Dreaming with John Morris

Save the date image for Accessible Travel Chat with New England ADA Center, showing organization logo and Wheelchair Travel logo.

Next Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 1:00 p.m. ET (New York time), the amazing team at the New England ADA Center, including Director Taciana Ribeiro Saab, will join me to discuss the Americans with Disabilities Act and the important work being done to demystify the ADA and provide resources to the community.

If you have questions about your rights (or responsibilities, if you’re a business owner) under the ADA, this is a conversation worth joining. All disabled Americans and those traveling to the United States are protected by the ADA, so it’s important to understand the law, where and when it applies, and what to do when you encounter an accessibility barrier.

Click here to register for the Accessible Travel Chat with the New England ADA Center

Registration for both events is required. After registering, you’ll receive an email with a link to connect via Zoom. Both events will be recorded, but I strongly encourage you to attend live — we don’t want to run out of questions!

I look forward to seeing you there!

— John Morris

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