Making Travel More Accessible

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The MS Foundation publishes a quarterly magazine, MS Focus, for the purpose of inspiring and empowering “those affected by MS with the information necessary to make the most complete and educated decisions concerning their healthcare.”

The Winter 2016 edition of the magazine focused on “Making Travel with MS More Accessible.” We are honored to have an article published in this issue, and want to share it here … and hope you’ll share too!

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Susette and Carrieanna – Alaskan Cruise 2016

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4 thoughts on “Making Travel More Accessible

  1. Dear Jeri,
    My name is Arturo Garrido and I am the CEO at Accessible Madrid.
    Your blog is such an inspiration. I appreciate what you’re doing with and what you share in your blog. I love what your daughter says: “if you haven’t tried, you don’t know if you can do it.” She seems to be a very strong and determined girl!

    If you ever need some help to write an article about accessible travel to Madrid, Spain, do not hesitate to let me know. We can help you with useful tips (wheelchair accessible attractions, Mobility equipment rentals, wheelchair accessible holiday rental apartments, tours, etc.). You can check our website at: https://www.accessiblemadrid.com/en

    Have a great weekend!

    Best wishes,

    Arturo Garrido

    • Thank you for your very kind comment, Arturo! I am grateful that this blog can be a resource and source of inspiration for travelers needing accessible assistance. And your website is a wonderful resource as well!

      I would be very interested in having an article about accessible travel to Madrid. If you would like to email me at anything.is.possible.travel@gmail.com, we can share ideas about what would be a good fit on this blog.

      Thank you again, and I wish you a wonderful weekend as well!

      Warmly,
      Jeri Murphy

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