Holidays for Disabled Groups

A good holiday can give much pleasure and the opportunity to relax and get away from it all. Holidays for disabled groups often require additional planning, compared to holidays involving just one or two disabled travellers. If you plan to visit local attractions as a group, it may be a …

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Travelling from the UK to Europe by Train

The opening of St Pancras International station has made travelling to parts of Europe from the UK much easier for disabled and able bodied passengers alike. The station is conveniently located near the main line railway stations of Euston and King’s Cross and is situated next to the domestic platforms …

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Coping With Eating Disorders When Travelling

Dealing with an eating disorder can require a lot of organisation. You may need to keep to a strict schedule of mealtimes or you may need to make sure that favourite foods are always on hand for the times when you can manage them. You may also have to cope …

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Holidays and Depression

If you’re suffering from depression, your friends, your family and even your doctor may tell you that what you need is a holiday. They may be right, but organising a holiday and motivating yourself to go through with it can still be hard. This simple guide makes it easier to …

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Canal Holidays for Disabled People

With some of the most scenic canals in Europe, and a large network of waterways, canal boating holidays are an increasingly popular way to relax and get away from the stresses and strains of everyday life for disabled and able bodied boaters alike. Narrow boats, often wrongly referred to as …

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Ferry and Cruise Travel for Wheelchair Users

Travelling by sea, be it by ferry or ship, can often be difficult for those who are disabled, but newer, more modern boats are beginning to make journeys more accessible. Ferry companies and cruise operators will often insist that a disabled passenger be accompanied by an able bodied companion for …

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