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1. Accessible Malaga: Disabled Holidays Made Easy
June 14, 2018

There’s some good news for anyone who is disabled: holidays to Spain just became significantly more disability-friendly. For a while now, the country has been a forerunner for inclusive tourism – and now Malaga is hopping aboard the wheelchair-accessible train as well. The city is adjusting to fit the needs of those with mobility issues. From adapting landmarks to removing barriers to changing standards, Malaga is doing everything in its power to help people with disabilities enjoy their visit and experience everything that non-handicapped people can. Malaga Accessible One of the bes... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. 5 Barcelona Attractions for the Hard of Hearing
June 14, 2018

Putting together holidays for disabled people can oftentimes be difficult to do. You want to find appropriate and inclusive activities that are still a whole lot of fun. Barcelona is great place for anyone to travel to, especially if they happen to be hard of hearing. With all the wonderful and colourful visuals, there are endless things to see and do in this sunny Spanish country – and here’s a list of some of the best attractions for the hearing impaired. So Much to See, So Little Time • Mirador de Colom – Built in 1888, Mirador de Colom is a tribute to the explorer Christopher Col... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. No Barrier Shopping: Barcelona Markets for Disabled Travellers
June 14, 2018

Planning holidays for disabled travellers can sometimes be a bit difficult – not everything is made for those with special needs. Some of the things any holidaymaker looks forward to the most when going on their travels are relaxing on a beach and, of course, shopping – why not spend some time (and money) at these great markets in Barcelona? Not only are they historic, but they’re also easily accessible for those with physical handicaps. Read on for the three most disability-friendly markets Spain has to offer. Santa Caterina Market Santa Caterina is as much a work of art as it is a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. 5 Great Beaches for Disabled Access in Costa del Sol
June 14, 2018

For those who are disabled, holidays often take a lot of research and planning. You want to make sure the places you’re visiting have all the right features and facilities you need so that you can have the best time possible. Luckily, Costa del Sol not only ticks off your relaxation requirement, it also has a high number of beaches that are sensitive to the needs of the disabled. Holidays including trips to easily-accessible and safe beaches are simpler to create than you may think – so start covering yourself in sun cream because Costa del Sol has you covered. 1. La Misericordia, Málaga ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Rolling through Spain: 5 Wheelchair-Friendly Destinations
May 25, 2018

Spain is the ideal location if you are planning holidays for disabled travellers. Many of it’s top tourist destinations have prioritised improving accessibility for tourists with mobility difficulties, making cities like Barcelona some of the easiest places for wheelchair users to visit. Here are five cultural centres in Spain ideal for holidays for disabled travellers. Barcelona Barcelona is the cultural capital of Spain. With great food, sunny beaches and a friendly population, it is a good destination for a short city break or as a base for exploring Catalonia. The cit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Navigating New York: 10 Accessible Attractions
May 25, 2018

Short-but-sweet city breaks make excellent jam-packed holidays. For disabled travellers, however, navigating around a fast-moving city like New York can be daunting. Thankfully, the majority of the main tourist attractions in the Big Apple are wheelchair-friendly, making holidays for disabled tourists in New York both achievable and enjoyable. Here is a list of the top ten accessible attractions in The City That Never Sleeps. Can’t-Miss Culture 1. Museum of Modern Art – The Museum of Modern Art (or MOMA), one of many excellent art museums in the city, contains a world-famous co... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Moving through Madrid: Accessible Sightseeing
May 25, 2018

The historical city of Madrid does not have the best reputation when it comes to providing access for the disabled. Holidays here are full of culture and history, but they can also be dotted with snags and complications for wheelchair users. However, things are improving - slowly but surely! Here are my tips for wheelchair-using sightseers in Madrid: what to see and what to bear in mind as you roll around the city. Must-See Sights • Prado Museum – The Prado Museum is one of the most important art galleries in the world. All four floors are accessible via lifts and have a smooth ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Let Loose in Los Angeles: A Guide for Wheelchair Users
May 25, 2018

There are some cities that get a reputation among disabled visitors for being particularly welcoming, accommodating and equipped to help wheelchair-using tourists enjoy their stay. Los Angeles is one of those excellent cities. Many of the most popular attractions are not only easily accessible, but offer complimentary wheelchairs, extensive disabled parking and more. When you’re disabled, holidays can be full of complications – not in Los Angeles! Here is what you should see and do. Culture and the Arts I would recommend visiting the globally-renowned Museum of Contemporary Art... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Accessible Accommodation in the Algarve
April 24, 2018

Portugal is a popular destination for summer holidaymakers in search of that perfect combination of sun, sea and sand, as well as fabulous food and wonderful wine. It is also an excellent choice if you are looking for holidays for disabled travellers. The Algarve region is located at the southern tip of the country and is reputedly the sunniest place in Europe. Visitors flock to the Algarve to not only catch the seemingly endless rays, but also to discover the lush interior, enjoy beautiful views and experience pure relaxation. Choosing an accessibility-friendly hotel means that you can ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Sun, Sand & Summits: A Wheelchair-Friendly Holiday in the Canary Islands
April 24, 2018

Mobility issues need not deny anyone from the pleasures of soaking up the sunshine, relaxing on soft golden sands or capturing photogenic sunsets on a balmy summer evening. The Canary Islands, of which there are seven to choose from, are perfectly accessible for travellers who are disabled. Holidays here will see you experiencing mountain peaks, glistening shores and much more – it only takes a little planning, and these islands open their doors to anyone with limited mobility. Here’s a sneak peek into our favourite three! Tenerife Famous for being home to the highest mountain in Sp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Sunny Fun in Santa Monica: A Guide for Wheelchair Users
April 24, 2018

If fun in the sun is a top priority on your well-earned holiday, as well as plenty of attractions and activities, then Santa Monica could be the perfect destination for you. Not only are vibrant restaurants, great shopping opportunities and exciting rides on the pier among the highlights, but most are also very accessible for people with limited mobility. Holidays for disabled travellers do not have to be restrictive, so here is the lowdown on what you shouldn’t miss on your visit to Santa Monica! The Pier The atmosphere at The Pier is always exciting. Throngs of people enjoying the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Take on Toronto: An Accessible City Break
April 24, 2018

If you are disabled, holidays can be a tough thing to get right, but for anyone looking for an accessible city break, Toronto is definitely worth considering. The perfect combination of cosmopolitan class, cultural highlights and excellent shopping,this Canadian gem is an international city with a friendly community feel that envelops you wherever you go. For anyone who is disabled, holidays in Toronto can be a real pleasure, as so many attractions welcome wheelchair users and provide accessible facilities. Here are four of them. Wheelchair-Friendly Attractions Toronto Islands ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Baby Boomer Alert — Santa Cruz Lifespan Aging Care Management Agency Announces New Personal Assista
January 08, 2018

Lifespan, a comprehensive aging care management agency locally owned and operated and serving Santa Cruz for 35 years, is now offering a new and innovative service — Personal Assistants. Santa Cruz, CA, January 08, 2018 - Lifespan, a comprehensive aging care management agency locally owned and operated and serving Santa Cruz for 35 years, is now offering a new and innovative service — Personal Assistants. Personal Assistants are skilled individuals with experience serving aging and disabled persons who can offer a variety of activities, such as socialization, recreation, home organi... (read more)

Author: John Paul

14. How to Make Elderly Law More Effective
December 02, 2017

Many elderly and disabled people face serious legal challenges related to old age: health issues, pension claims, insurance claims and so on. An elaborate legal framework and a support structure are required to facilitate the elderly in addressing legal issues facing them. To alleviate suffering that many elderly experience at old age, you need to adopt multiple strategies to combat this disturbing problem. As people grow older, the more they require legal services, the same way they require health care. Issues like writing of wills, acquiring property, personal estates, tax issues, the list ... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

15. Wheelchair - A Blessing for the Disabled
October 29, 2017

Wheelchairs are invented to supply mobility to the folks whom walking is complicated or not possible as a result of illness or disability. Different sorts of wheelchairs are readily available in the marketplace like Manual wheelchairs, Electric wheelchairs. Manual wheelchairs would be the wheelchairs, which are moved by the human whereas in electric wheelchairs electric motors are used to move the wheelchair. Manual wheelchairs are cheaper than electric wheelchairs. Wheelchairs are out there in various sizes, shapes, colors and so forth. Wheelchairs may be made a lot more comfy by adding vario... (read more)

Author: Lein West

16. Wheelchair - A Blessing for the Disabled
October 29, 2017

Wheelchairs are invented to provide mobility for the men and women whom walking is tough or impossible resulting from illness or disability. Distinct forms of wheelchairs are accessible in the market place like Manual wheelchairs, Electric wheelchairs. Manual wheelchairs will be the wheelchairs, that are moved by the human whereas in electric wheelchairs electric motors are made use of to move the wheelchair. Manual wheelchairs are more affordable than electric wheelchairs. Wheelchairs are available in distinctive sizes, shapes, colors and so on. Wheelchairs might be created a lot more comfort... (read more)

Author: Lein West

17. Book About ‘Silly Smiling Snake' Not Only Entertains Children, But Saved Life of Veteran, Now Also
September 01, 2017

Snidely may be a silly snake who tells side-slapping stories for children in his new book, but he's also a life-saver. Monterey, CA, September 01, 2017 — Snidely may be a silly snake who tells side-slapping stories for children in his new book, but he's also a life-saver. Not only that, but Snidely will also help fellow veterans of his co-creator, a disabled U.S. Army veteran who served during the Vietnam War era, with $1 of the proceeds from each book sold going to the PTSD Foundation of America. The foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to mentoring our combat vetera... (read more)

Author: John Paul

18. How a Claims Adviser Helps with Insurance Claims
August 18, 2017

Are you needing to make an insurance claim? If you were in an accident, a loved one passed away, or you were in an incident that caused you to become disabled, dealing with an insurance company may be a part of your reality. No one wants to spend their time thinking about insurance claims, but you may have no other choice. Whether we are talking about life insurance claims or a disability claim, you will need to sort through a lot of paperwork before you can even begin communicating with your insurance company. We believe that the best approach to getting a good result from an insurance c... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

19. Searching an Experienced Elder Law Lawyer
August 01, 2017

Elder law deals with issues related to the elderly and disabled people. This law involves writing wills, answeringquestions, and planning strategies for protecting assets against long-term care costs, obtaining disability, social security, and Medicare payments. Attorneys focusing in Elder Law Red Bank and Toms River know public and private resources may be available for your relatives. Their services are useful for health, end-of-life planning decisions, long term care planning and instances of elder abuse. Quality attorneys are crucial in getting the best for the elderly in relation to... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

20. Metal Garage Door Repair to Introduce Special Service Charges for Elderly and Disabled Baytown Resi
July 03, 2017

USA - Metal Garage Door Repair, a garage door repair service provider in Baytown , Texas, recently announced that they are going to introduce special service charges for all types of garage door repair and maintenance jobs for elderly citizens and disabled people in the month of July. The owners said that they aim to bring more convenience to the elderly citizens and disabled people in Baytown area only. Besides, the owners have also conducted a thorough market study and identified that the elderly and disabled people are on the lower end of the per capita income carve. For this reason, Me... (read more)

Author: John Doe

21. Visiting Egypt with a Mobility Impairment? It Can Be Done!
May 23, 2017

I recently had a couple come to Can Be Done looking for the holiday of a lifetime. They were talking about hotels in the Caribbean, the USA or Istanbul – all of which we offer – but when I got talking to them I discovered that what they’d always dreamt of doing was going to Egypt and seeing the ancient pyramids. So why were they talking to us about these other destinations? Well, they believed that –because of their mobility issues, and because they’d heard that Egypt wasn’t good at providing disabled access – holidays to the country were out of their reach. I spoke to that same coup... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Sounds of the Deep South: A Jazzy Accessible Holiday
May 23, 2017

In America’s musical southern cities of New Orleans, Memphis and Nashville they don’t let much get in the way of their music. In fact, if you mention that you are visually impaired in any of these cities, they’re likely to smile and point out in a slow Southern drawl that you probably hear the music better that way! The US has long been a great location for holidays for disabled travellers because accessibility is a key issue here and most modern restaurants, bars and visitor centres work hard to ensure they’re open to all. But there are things which transcend modern accessibility policie... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Let Biblical Israel Open Up to You on this Accessible Tour
May 23, 2017

Israel, with its rich, fascinating history, ancient architecture and strong cultural identity, is somewhere that many people, of all faiths and none, dream of visiting. That’s why I’m always surprised by how many of my clients believe it is ‘too difficult’ a destination for those with disabilities or mobility issues to visit. The truth is, that while Israel is working towards making many of its historic, religious and cultural sights more inviting to those with mobility issues by improving its disabled access, holidays here can still require careful planning. Things are getting better, sl... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Travel Italy by Train: A Disabled-Friendly Itinerary
April 29, 2017

If you’ve dreamed of seeing the ancient wonders of Rome, the galleries of Florence or the canals of Venice but have been told they are not appropriate destinations for ‘disabled holidays’, then our train tour of Italy’s cultural cities is just what you need. Recent clients, for whom I put together an itinerary for a tour of the three cities by train, reported back that the fully accessible Italian train network made the journey wonderfully relaxing as they could sit comfortably and look at beautiful landscapes between cities. And our clients didn’t have to worry about the famous cobb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. These Hotels in Barbados are Welcoming to All Abilities
April 29, 2017

Barbados is many people’s dream destination with its white sand beaches and clear blue seas and, with a bit of advanced planning by me and my team at Can Be Done, it can also be the perfect place for travellers who find getting around a bit of a challenge. Here are three hotels which we’ve checked out personally and offer as part of our specially tailored packages for clients who are less mobile or disabled. Holidays at these hotels are ideal for those who still enjoy travelling the world and don’t want to compromise on luxury. Accra Beach Hotel & Spa This hotel is all about... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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