Traveling Disability Do’s and Don’ts

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Traveling with disabilities just requires a little more advance planning. Be sure to mention your disability and ask if there will be easy access when making your reservation. This is important whether you are traveling by plane, train or boat. If you will require assistance, research to make sure that it is available when you require it. Make advance reservations whenever possible and insist that your special requirements be noted. It’s usually best to have your medical information on you at all times. You can ask your doctor for a Medical Certificate which is a statement of your health and says that it is safe for you to travel. Have him list all of your prescribed medications and have copies of your prescriptions. If you require medical equipment, bring along spare parts that you might need and have the information for simple repairs. Travel insurance can be a particularly good idea. There are also health insurance policies for travelers. Some plans may not cover other countries or even other states, so be sure to check before you travel. The quality of health care in the area you are visiting can easily be ascertained before travel.

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