Epic Education Radio: Family Travel Podcast for parents who like Nomadic Matt, Rick Steves, Tim Ferriss & John Lee Dumas
About This Show
All about family travel, slow travel, gap year travel and living abroad with kids. Epic Education Radio is interviews, stories and strategies for people who travel with kids— and for those who plan to. Tune in each week to hear inspired family travelers discuss specific destinations and describe how they handle issues like education, money, accommodation, parenting, technology and more. We talk about the gear, websites, apps and other resources we use, and answer questions from those who have yet to hit the road. If family travel or living abroad is important to you, then this podcast is designed to make your journey better, cheaper and more meaningful.
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EER103: Family travel with a wheelchair & the best places for wheelchair travel
7 days ago
Family travel with a wheelchair. Resources for travel with disabilities and mobility challenges. First-hand experiences from some of the most wheelchair accessible countries and best places for wheelchair travel. These are just a few of the topics covered in today's episode of Epic Education Radio. ::: Like what you’re hearing? Then please subscribe, rate & review Epic Education Radio. We would be extremely grateful! iTunes is a search engine as well, and so when you rate and review us, you help others find us. Thank you! ::: Family travel with a wheelchair Meet Cory Lee. Diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy at the age of two, Cory has had mobility issues his entire life. However, that's not stopped him from becoming an advocate for family travel with a wheelchair and strong voice for wheelchair users and the disabled travel community. Now 27, Cory travels with his mother or another companion, so the connection to family travel with a wheelchair is here. However, I wanted Cory on the podcast to show both parents and children with disabilities that wheelchair travel is possible, and more of the world is accessible to wheelchair users than you might realize. Origins of a wheelchair travel addict When Cory was a child, he and his mom traveled in the US every summer. A took a trip to Disney World planted the seed of wheelchair travel for Cory. Then at 15 his took his first international trip, and the seed began to grow.