Category Archives: Travel

Transporting Luggage Just Became Easier for Independent Travelers

Summer is here, and whether you are traveling for business or on vacation, there are many challenges that are faced as a wheelchair user. One of those challenges may be navigating through the airport with luggage and other carry-on bags. Getting your baggage to and from the drop-off to the terminals can be a task. To make the commute a little easier, check out The Phoenix Instinct, lightweight luggage for independent travelers. Read more

New England in the Summer Offers Plenty of Opportunities for Outdoor Adventures

The Ashuelot Covered Bridge in New Hampshire is just one of 54 in the state.
The Ashuelot Covered Bridge in New Hampshire is just one of 54 in the state.

Whether you’re flying in or driving in to New England this summer, it’s a great time to enjoy blue skies, sunrise ocean views, lush mountains, and beautiful scenery throughout the area. With six current locations in the New England States of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont, MobilityWorks can provide several different options for clients to rent a wheelchair van by the day or week. Read more

Selecting the Right Wheelchair Accessible Rental Van

katie-muise-video

Renting a wheelchair van can be a great way to enjoy a day of family fun with loved ones who need to use a wheelchair and don’t have accessible transportation. Some people also rent vans for a day to help them decide whether to purchasing a handicap van — or whether a specific conversion will work with their current parking situation. Selecting the Right Rental Van will help to answer some of the common questions people have with selecting rental vans. You can also enjoy a 10% Off rental promotion between now and the end of June for rentals booked in July, August or September. Reserve a van now and save later! Read more

Ultra-Accessible Water Park to Open in Texas

Morgan's Wonderland
A young girl plays at the WaterWorks tabletop attraction located at Morgan’s Wonderland. Morgan’s Inspiration Island, the world’s first ultra-accessible water park, will be completed in the coming months.

After watching children at a hotel pool hesitant to play with his special-needs daughter, Morgan, Gordon Hartman had a vision of turning an abandoned quarry in Northeast San Antonio, TX into an accessible theme park. Gordon and his wife Maggie started working on plans for Morgan’s Wonderland, the first theme park designed with special needs individuals in mind. Open since 2010, Morgan’s Wonderland has now had more than a million visitors from all 50 states and 66 other countries. The park brings together those with and without disabilities for fun and a better understanding of one another. Now in 2017, the Hartmans are excited to be finishing construction on their latest expansion, Morgan’s Inspiration Island, the world’s first  ultra-accessible splash park for guests of all ages to get wet and have fun together. Read more

Tips for the Busy Travel Season

Accessible travel

With Memorial Day weekend and the July 4th Holiday coming soon, we are getting close to the busy travel season. Over the years, MobilityWorks has published several blogs that address some of the concerns many of our clients have regarding accessible travel. Below is a short recap and links to some of the best articles we felt were beneficial to today’s travelers.

In addition to the links below, please see our “Categories” selection to the left, where you can select blogs that relate to various topics, including Adaptive Sports, Caregivers, Travel, Veterans, and much more. Read more