We’re here to help with Accessible Experiences tailored to suit your mobility challenges.
Everyone’s disabilities & mobility restrictions are unique. Perhaps you use a walking frame or cane and can manage a few steps. Or, you are a wheelchair user who can walk for short periods or can lift yourself without the aid of a carer or equipment such as a hoist. Perhaps you use a wheelchair and require a carer and patient lifters to get to an activity or the bathroom. We too have had to search for our family’s individual disability requirements, only to be disappointed when arriving to an accessible activity because it wasn’t accessible at all! Not anymore. Now, you can feel confident when arranging an accessible experience or activity for your next outing, that it in fact does suit you!
Kerry and Grant are the people behind Accessible Experiences and our sister site Accessible Accommodation. We have family members with disabilities that also love to travel and experience something special. Supporting us is a great team, all of whom have lived experience with disability.
We understand just how different everyone’s needs are and that there simply isn’t a “one size fits all” rule. We know how important accurate information is needed too. We understand how much research goes into organising an accessible activity or experience. That’s why Accessible Experiences is here to help you. We want you and your family to be able to confidently find and book an accessible activity and create lasting memories We get you!
We are all unique. The tourism industry competes by offering travellers the latest, greatest and prettiest attractions, experiences and activities. The general population are spoilt for choice. People with disabilities want to experience these too!
Before we can even consider whether the experience would suit, we have to firstly be practical. We need information. And that’s where Accessible Experience will save you time, avoid disappointment, and arm you with practical information that’s easy to find.
Because everyone’s needs differ, we have categorised differing needs of people that are easily identifiable. They are: Independent Walking, Independent Wheelchair User and Assisted Wheelchair User. Keep an eye out for these icons below. Based upon all the info business listed on our site provide us, each will fit into one, two or all 3 of these unique characteristics. This will make it easier for you to narrow down the places you can go for your next accessible experience.
Walking Frame or Cane Users. Some accessible amenities would come in handy.
Wheelchair users who can lift themselves to bed and toilet. You would benefit from disability equipment.
Where a person is unable to lift themselves and require the assistance of a carer.
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