Making Picnics More Accessible

When the weather is good, nothing beats a picnic out in the sunshine with friends or family. For many disabled people, though, managing at a picnic can present practical difficulties that make it off-putting. Taking simple steps to make it easier can enable you to relax and enjoy the event …

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Disabled Travel on Tourist Railways

Tourist railways, often referred to as heritage railways, are more popular than ever with people of all ages thanks, in no small part, to the televised adventures of Thomas the Tank Engine. For the disabled visitor a trip to one of the many tourist railways around the UK should present …

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Disabled Visitors to Theme Parks

Many theme parks will locate their disabled parking area near the admission area. It is important that you display your disabled parking permit in a clearly visible place in your car. If you are planning to bring an assistance dog with you to the theme park ensure you find out …

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Day Trips for People With Dementia

Watching somebody you love struggling with dementia can be very hard, but just because they’re having difficulties doesn’t have to mean that the good things in life are over. Going on day trips together can be a wonderful way to remember happy times. Seeing interesting and beautiful places can still …

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