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A woman sits in a power scooter on the upper level of an outdoor theater on a deck of a cruise ship. Cruising on Wonder of the Seas by Rosemarie Rossetti, PhD. Read More.

Cruising on Wonder of the Seas

Listen to this Article By Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D. Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D. is an internationally known expert on accessible and universal design and author of the Universal Design Toolkit. Get a free chapter and learn more about her national demonstration universal design home and garden at the Universal Design Living Laboratory. Contact Rosemarie and learn about

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A woman poses among white and pink rose bushes.Text reads, An accessible visit to London's British Museum by Alicia Loh @ExploreDisabled. Read More.

An accessible visit to London’s British Museum and the Coral Room

Listen to this Article By Alicia Loh @ExploreDisabled When I first visited London, I was under the misapprehension that the big, modern city would be fairly wheelchair accessible. That impression hasn’t quite held up now that I live here, but London remains a fantastic place for wheelchair users. There are many places I enjoy, and

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A country road is surrounded by yellow foliage under a bright blue sky. Text reads, The accessible word on travel outside of the city, by Fiona Scott Read More.

The accessible word on travel outside of the city

Listen to this Article By Fiona Scott Travel experiences for anybody can be an exciting endeavor; being inspired by new sights and sounds are great ways to refresh the soul. Traveling with disabilities, however, can add fears and uncertainties that many find too difficult to overcome, especially when seeking destinations off the beaten track and

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