Thinking of a Trip?

It is the season for romantic gestures, togetherness, and displaying affection with those you love. Maybe you have even considered planning a getaway or special trip. For many individuals with MS, booking travel can become complicated when special accommodations may be required. Ultimately, instead of excitedly anticipating your trip you may end up feeling that the planning process ends up being more time than it is worth.

The United Spinal Association (a member of the MS Coalition) offers a website with accessible travel needs in mind. Able to Travel provides information on accessible tours, equipment rentals while you are traveling, and travel tips for booking accessible hotels and air travel.

So, if the last thing you need is more stress while planning your trip you may want to check out their website.

(Please note that Able to Travel is a program affiliated with the United Spinal Association and is not a program of MSAA).

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