Cruises are proving a popular choice for Australian travellers. Not only do they offer great value for money with all meals and many activities included in the package price, but there’s good accessibility on many of the ships. Passengers with mobility restrictions can take hoists, commodes and shower chairs on board making it easier to

Have you ever thought of travelling with a support worker? It’s often difficult to know where to start, how to negotiate pay and hours with a potential worker and how to ensure you pick the right person. Tegan is 30 years old and lives independently in Hamilton, New Zealand and regularly travels with the assistance

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