Accessibility

May 28, 2019• by JaysWorldTravels

Traveling in NYC with IBD/IBS

I have changed how I want to market myself recently. I thought about what people I can actually help. This process didn’t take long to figure out and it hit me right away. I want to help those...

May 15, 2019• by JaysWorldTravels

Traveling with Special Needs

Traveling with a disability or a chronic illness is not always easy. I decided to help make it a little bit easier and take some of the worry out of traveling. Here are 10 tips to help make the...

May 2, 2019• by Wonders Within Reach

National Historical Parks for Kids on Wheels

I’d been in 34 countries before I ever noticed the accessibility, or lack thereof, within each different nation. That 35th country was a real eye-opener for me – not because it was less...

Nov 27, 2018• by trawickinternational

Know What to Expect: Tips for Disabled Travelers

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has made traveling easier for the 40 million Americans with a permanent or temporary disability. All hotels, modes of transportation, and cruise ships in...

Nov 13, 2018• by trawickinternational

Know Your Airport!

A simple travel tip that you can take advantage of before your trip is to research the layout of your airport. Know where your next gate is during your layover to save time on the front end...

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