Friday, December 13, 2019

Disabled Access and Travel

Disabled access and travelThis busy area of ABLEize provides disabled access and travel resources and guides in the UK’s largest disabled access and travel section.

Disabled access and travel is one of the most important area of concern for the disabled. Find information and guides concerning disabled access and dedicated accessible travel sections.  ABLEize provides help and guides to all disabled people, their carers and family.  Find an extensive list of disability access groups in UK locations.  Wheelchair accessible accommodation, housing, holiday and travel including disabled access in airports. On top of this we offer an ever-growing collection of websites providing information about disabled access in popular areas such as London with access guides for all including getting around London in a wheelchair. Limited mobility travel as well as access for blind or vision impaired people.  You will also find details of the Disabled Equality Act/DDA plus disability compliance services, guides and access audits.  All this and more is available in the access and travel sections below.

Disabled access and travel are the two most important areas to disabled people when they are out and about. We hope the information and resources listed here help you to be better informed as well as helping you to plan your travel to reduce the inevitable access hiccup’s.  If you would like to have your disabled access or disability related travel website listed here we will be more than happy to not only promote your service in this very popular area of ABLEize but also include your valuable social networking links for you. Contact us via the link at the bottom of this website or click the “Submit Your Site” button above to take advantage of the popularity of this disabled access and accessible travel section of ABLEize.  Trust ABLEize, we have disability covered since 2006.

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Details of accessible services provided by the BBC such as audio descriped programmes British Sign Language and subtitled programmes for the deaf and hearing impaired. Includes BBC accessibility news.

The Independent Cinema Office providing details of five ways to make your venue more accessible to the deaf and hearing impaired. Includes examples of British Sign Language (BSL), lipreading and residual hearing to enhance cinema access for the deaf.

A dedicated blogger highlighting a number of accessible attractions as well as offering comprehensive reviews on accessible travel including countryside access and places of interest. Well worth a read.

A UK site dedicated to providing next day delivery and offering competitive prices on all makes and models of wheelchair and mobility scooter access ramps as well as everyday threshold ramps to assist with disabled access.

A Tripadvisor community forum covering a range of topics and readers views in all areas of disabled access and travel. Covers airport travel, accessible accommodation, wheelchair travel and traveling with a service dog. Requires registration to post.


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