Accessible travel lacks barriers and roadblocks, is inclusive and equivalent, and focuses us on the tourist activity at hand, rather than the disappointment of missed opportunities.John Morris
Open Your World
Unlock the secrets to traveling with a disability, learn best practices for overcoming barriers to accessibility and be inspired to encounter the possibilities of local, domestic and international travel with a wheelchair or other form of disability.
Business of Accessible Travel
20% of Americans have some form of disability and 63% are connected to someone who does. Gain knowledge and tools to compete for the more than $17 billion spent each year on business and leisure travel by people with disabilities.
Facing Adversity to Seize Opportunity
Finding success in the aftermath of unexpected developments is one of life’s greatest challenges. Learn how adapt and create opportunity, even in the midst of seemingly impossible odds.