The Daniels family has a thirst for travel. Their daughter Morgan, has multiple disabilities and their adventures involve the use of a wheelchair. The family’s biggest fear while travelling with Morgan is the possibility of an epileptic seizure, so they take specific measures to ensure they are prepared for such an event. Epilepsy is a

Josh is an 8 year old wheelchair user living with Sacral Agenesis. Affecting 1 in 25,000 people, Sacral Agenesis often results in a missing tailbone, malformation of several vertebrae, no knee caps, club feet and bladder and bowel problems. Josh also only has one kidney. But if you see Josh wheeling around you’ll have to

After an extensive and successful trial, it’s fantastic to see the City of Gold Coast has implemented a permanent accessible beach program. This includes a range of beach wheelchairs, beach matting and information about accessible facilities at the various locations. Showing a real commitment to  accessibility, and an understanding that there’s no one-size-fits-all approach, the

Travel insurance is often an after thought when it comes to booking a holiday but it’s an essential part of the booking process. If you are travelling with an existing medical condition it is even more important to ensure you have appropriate cover. Here’s five things you need to know about travel insurance. It’s important