John Morris interviewed Jake Steinman, Founder of TravelAbility, to discuss how destinations can be more involved in advancing accessibility.
New friends, an unscanned ticket, and a beautiful day at the football stadium highlighted my Sunday afternoon.
If you're undergoing dialysis, traveling by air might raise some concerns. Many dialysis patients wonder how to best manage their health needs while traveling.
Enjoying New England's time-limited fall foliage season; win a travel package including airfare and hotel; and register for my interview with TravelAbility's founder.
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The sustained increase in complaints from disabled airline passengers should raise alarm bells at the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Disabled people unfairly bear the financial costs of inaccessibility, making vacations more expensive and putting travel out of reach.
Without the largest art theft in history and the painting that was left behind, this newsletter would never have been written or sent.
Public libraries across America provide library cardholders with free and discounted tickets to local museums and tourist attractions.
Alan, who has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and uses a power wheelchair, writes about his first time traveling far from home in many years.