Travel has always been important to me, but I had no idea how that would change when I fell in love and married a C6 quadriplegic. Now having been in the disability world for 27 years, I’m a wife, friend, advocate, lover, caregiver, and when it comes to travel, I’m “The Companion”.
We had the privilege of traveling with Wheel the World to Astoria, Oregon in May of this year. This organization is an expert in planning accessible travel and they work hard to make sure that your experience exceeds your expectations and that there are no surprises during your trip.
Less than an hour drive from Miami is the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a city with outstanding beaches, family friendly activities, and is a perfect vacation destination. This article is written by Brianna Paauwe; Executive Director of the Wheel With Me Foundation
First class experiences, memorable adventures and accessibility that is well thought out and specifically curated for your needs (and wants); this is what traveling with Wheel the World feels like. It’s a feeling of serenity, peace, safety, and fun.
This story is for that person who is dreaming of accessible travel or thinking that there are no exciting activities to do when you are a wheelchair user.