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Patient launches disabled travel website

Shared by Ana Duarte on 2016-09-26 13:48

About the solution

Angus created this website in 2015 out of his personal experience, after he travelled the world and found out there were almost no information available for disabled people.

“When you go holiday, what would you do if you couldn’t climb the stairs or get in the shower? What would you do if you couldn’t read the menu? These are just some of the issues facing those with disabilities when travelling the world and one that Limitless Travel is solving. While I was travelling, I often found that places marked as disabled friendly are quite inaccessible, which was extremely frustrating”, Angus explained.

By anticipating the disabled travellers’ needs, this website gathers information from hotels, restaurants, by letting the guest know what is disabled friendly or not.

The website also features blogs, articles and guides.

You can search for wheelchair accessible, mobility, hearing and visually impaired, and family friendly.

More info: http://limitlesstravel.org

Adapted from: http://bit.ly/2d3eqxC

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About the author

Angus Drummond, from the UK, suffers from Muscular Dystrophy and created Limitless travel – a website design so that disabled travellers can have all information they need when they go somewhere.

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