Taking a break in the UK is an excellent option, with so much choice. You can choose from the beach, countryside, or towns and cities. You can have relaxing breaks, rambling breaks, take in a London show and so much more, all within a few hours of travelling. Many hotels, travel companies and tour firms are now disability friendly in the UK, so it’s a great time to get looking!
There are many modern day gadgets and gizmos that can help to make the world increasingly inclusive and interactive for wheelchair users and those with disabilities. From modern technology which allows users to more easily interact with the world around them, to more traditional mobility aids such was walking sticks and crutches, there are assistive devices that can help with almost any type of disability.
An accessible bathroom for people with disabilities provides easy access and comfort, as well as ensuring self-sufficiency and dignity. So what should you consider before fitting an adapted bathroom suitable for use with a wheelchair?
UK regulations largely apply to facilities in commercial or public places, such as hotels, restaurants and train stations, but we can still take tips from their recommendations when looking to plan domestic bathrooms.
Whatever you’re looking to do, you can be sure there’s an app to help you. Whether it’s finding your way around a new city or locating the nearest wheelchair accessible toilet, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most useful accessibility apps around to enable you to live without limits.
Whether you’re planning a city break, a visit to relatives or a beach holiday having the lowdown on travelling by air with a wheelchair can make your journey run much more smoothly. These top tips can help you to navigate everything from assistance at your departure airport, check-in, transporting your mobility device, flying and special assistance at your arrival airport.