with a disability
or mobility impairment
Accessible travel tips, experiences, and resources
A Japan accessible travel FAQ about lines, cast questions, Disability Services & more at Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea Whether you walk through a Disney park on two legs or use…
She travels the world with one backpack… and one leg August 2023 marks one year that our family has been traveling full-time! It’s our family’s bit of Everyday Badassery, and…
Accessible travel tips for seniors, amputees, wheelchair users, and other people who have mobility conditions or disabilities Traveling the world’s ancient ruins, cities, and other noteworthy sites can mean the…
Jodie became an amputee when she was 13. She has a disability, a limb difference, and, as she likes to call it, a “robot leg.” Jodie also has a vibrant…
Accessible travel videos
What does accessible travel mean to us?
Traveling with a disability or mobility impairment looks different for everyone.
Jodie is an above-the-knee, or ATK, amputee. She augments her mobility and walking with a prosthetic leg and one or two trekking poles. What Jodie takes into account for our travels and her mobility is similar to what other people consider, such as:
- People with bad knees, hips, feet, and/or backs
- Senior citizens
- Pregnant people
- People wearing a baby or using a stroller
- Families traveling with small children