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AJ Summer 2023

Exploring Boundless Horizons: Wheelchair-Friendly US Vacation Destinations

When planning a vacation, one of the first questions you may ponder is if the destination is wheelchair friendly. However, with the growing need for inclusivity and awareness in travel, wheelchair vacations are becoming increasingly popular. From lush landscapes to scenic adventures, consider these top wheelchair friendly destinations in the US for your next vacation.

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Unleash the Accessible Wanderlust with Jamie Santillo
By Alice Williams

Close your eyes and imagine a world where limitations are merely steppingstones to extraordinary experiences. Picture a journey that transcends boundaries, defies expectations, and celebrates the triumph of the human spirit. This is the realm of accessible travel, a realm where Jamie, the unstoppable force behind “Adventures by Jamie,” reigns supreme. Born with a spirit

Unleash the Accessible Wanderlust with Jamie Santillo
By Alice Williams
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Your first trip as a family with disabilities
By Jennifer Allen

5 accessible destinations that simplify travel “Ain’t nobody got time for that” seems to be the general vibe from parents of kids with disabilities when you ask about travel plans. There’s a lot that goes into planning a trip when you have multiple needs to consider. The following are accessible U.S. destinations that are designed

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Five considerations when planning a trip with your special needs child
By Christine E. Staple Ebanks

As a mother of four children, including my son Nathan, who has cerebral palsy, I have experienced firsthand how daunting it can be to travel with a child with special needs. Nathan is my youngest child, and when he was born my husband and I already had our hands full with three kids under eight.

Five considerations when planning a trip with your special needs child
By Christine E. Staple Ebanks
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