Travel for wheelchair users can sometimes be quite difficult and there can be barriers and obstacles that need to be overcome, especially on long journeys. But, keeping a positive attitude and following some basic rules are key to enjoying the adventure.
Sport is becoming increasingly inclusive and continues to adapt to people’s diverse capabilities. Swimming, diving and sailing are just some of the water sports that allow people with disabilities to practice sports activities during the summer. These sports combine physical activity with leisure and well-being.
Travelling with a catheter can be uncomfortable and intimidating, but it is far from unachievable: although there are some small risks associated with long plane journeys. Although different airlines have their own guidelines regarding what assistance is available, in most cases, there are no problems in this respect, and you should simply follow some basic advice.
As the online world continues to grow and with more and more people becoming social influencers, it's a great time for individuals to share their voice. There are millions of influencers out there from beauty bloggers to foodies who inspire their own community.
Dancing has many benefits both physical and psychological; it helps individuals to keep active, control functions such as cholesterol, and is also a great natural antidote against osteoporosis and stress. Dancing can also help to channel energy and emotion, strengthen the heart, and is an efficient way to improve flexibility, strength and endurance. In other words, dancing can help us to keep fit and raise our self-esteem.
These benefits can be enjoyed by anyone who practices dancing, regardless of age, gender or physical condition. However, in this article, we want to focus primarily on the benefits of wheelchair dancing and the different styles of this healthy, enjoyable and unifying sport.