Four handy travel tips for wheelchair users!

6 August 2019

Holidays in sight!

travel tips wheelchair users

Nothing better than booking a trip to enjoy the summer holidays. We have some useful travel tips listed for wheelchair users. So you can get even more out of your trip this summer!

Our travel tips

  1. Accessible Parking and toilet use WheelMate lists accessible parking spaces and public toilets for wheelchair users. This app works in 45 countries and now has 35 thousand registered locations. Android iPhone
  2. Wheelchair-friendly places via Google Maps AXSmap is a relatively new website that indicates wheelchair-friendliness of various locations based on google maps. Enter your location and find out what there is to do nearby. You can also rate locations yourself. AXSmap online
  3. Medical passport on your mobile phone With MedicalID you can create a medical passport. When you need help, emergency services can view your medical passport from your home screen. Android iPhone
  4. Never forget your pills again MediSafe keeps track for you which pills you still need to take and which you have already taken. You can also keep track of when you need to order new medication. Android iPhone

With these handy apps, you'll be ready for a summer packed with activities! Go test them out soon via the attached links. Do you have any handy travel tips of your own that you would like to share with other wheelchair users? Before you know it, your tip will be on our blog!

 

This article was written by:
Nathan Meulenyzer
Community builder My Add On
Marketing trainee

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