Travelling-all It’s about feeling empowered, leading in the community an independent life, socialisation, and interaction & much more.
It is one of the best things in life from which you can learn and develop new experiences every day.
Travelling does not always have to be for a holiday, but it can also involve travelling for work, college or institutes every day, or social events for any group function.
Honestly, however, particularly when the case in point is for the specially-abled, it might not be easy for everybody. This is because it can be challenging for the specially-abled due to the continuing difficulties they may face.
But now specially-abled people will no longer have to think about meeting those problems, we have programmes to help them transport them. On an ongoing basis, we take care of all the transportation/travel requirements and ensure their 24/7 safety & protection.
At the same time, we will advise you to follow a few essential safety tips to ensure smooth and convenient travel if you intend to travel on your own.
There are a few tips for safety guidelines that can be useful for specially-abled people.
Investigate the place or location where you are travelling
If you are travelling alone, then it will certainly help to do basic research in advance. You’re going to have an idea of the location, the points of interest that you may like or want to visit, medical facilities, and much more.
If you intend to fly to a distant location, you can consult with the service providers or the operators to reserve a specially-enabled package.
- Always hold your medical care provider’s contact information. In case of some emergency, this will be beneficial. You can talk to them and get details that you may like.
- Be sure to bring your repair kit for emergencies. If the wheelchair may become faulty or may experience some issues during your ride, you may need this. Check if it is correctly tuned for your wheelchair.
- Do a systematic schedule
In advance, prepare your itinerary. Avoiding the last-minute scramble would be beneficial for you. Purchase all your important necessities well in advance and keep your things prepared and ready.
- If you are planning to travel alone, then you can keep an appropriate time buffer to prevent any last-minute problems.
If you are lacking anything important, it will be a saviour. Your prescription or your repair kit, for instance, etc.
- It is a must to have a medicine kit.
To prevent any complications during any emergency, you should always bring your medicine kit.
If you have enough medication, you intend to start your travel inspection. Check with your doctor if you need more or need to be renewed.
- Check with the service provider about your
For all your health conditions and wishes, if you are in contact with your service provider, you can schedule and negotiate your travel requirements with them before moving forward.
They are the right ones to tell you about your medical condition.
- As experts, they will be able to support you more efficiently.
Often fly and make plans, if necessary, through a professional service provider specialising in supporting people with disabilities:
All your travel needs are taken care of by our team at Authentic Life Care. Our transport services include travel to schools/educational institutions, work, group function visits, shopping, shopping, work, etc.
Our team members will always be available to drive and support you to & fro from your place to your destination with our home care services. For a particular service, you would like to use, you may choose to pay.
We are the suppliers of Australia’s finest home care facilities and can support you with all your travel arrangements. Depending on your requirements, our services can also be tailored.
We guarantee you absolute protection and security when helping you with all your travel plans. We expect these tips, and when initiating any upcoming travel, details will be helpful for you.
Let disability not get in the way of loving your life and living an independent life to the fullest.