Disability Etiquette

Disability Etiquette

You may have heard this a million times, but it’s true, we’re all “people” first, so you should use “people first” language. This is an acknowledgement that a person’s disability does not define them, but their humanity does. ...
11 Tips for Travellers with Disabilities

11 Tips for Travellers with Disabilities

“I’ve traveled to many places around the world since I broke my neck and became paralyzed from the chest down.  Since my accident, I use a wheelchair to get around, and if there is one thing I can tell you for sure, the word “accessibility” has different...
Travelling When on Dialysis

Travelling When on Dialysis

For many patients who are on dialysis or have had a kidney transplant, the ability to travel is important to their self-esteem and lifestyle. Working patients may need to attend business meetings or conferences. Older patients may have dreamed of traveling during...