While the temperatures are rising in Arizona, locals and visitors alike enjoy what the sunny city has to offer. Our community and visitors that utilize wheelchairs, motorized scooters, and other assistive devices are no exception.
After the cold and before the heat, Springtime is just the perfect time to head out in comfort and see what the Grand Canyon State has to offer, especially for those who use a wheelchair or mobility aid. Here’s a season full of accessible Spring activities anybody can go for in Arizona!
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With the holidays and the colder weather getting everyone in a vacation mood, it’s safe to expect a lot of traffic and people flooding towards the airports to catch their flights. Flying out can definitely be a challenge and, at times, intimidating, especially for people in wheelchairs or those with accessibility needs.
The Tucson Gem Show has been a community staple for local artisans, business owners, and traders. However, due to the pandemic and strict safety laws, the much-anticipated event had to be put on hold in 2020. This year, as restrictions ease up, the event returns for a fantastic four-day experience.
Being a wheelchair user has plenty of challenges, especially when it comes to traveling. It’s good to know, however, that airports have plenty to offer when it comes to accessibility. If you’re traveling with someone utilizing mobility aids, then here are a few factors you need to consider when traveling through Arizona’s major airports.
Wheelchair patients need to unwind, especially during the holidays. Arizona is rich in fun and relaxing activities, and there’s also plenty that wheelchair users can do during the fall season. Check out these amazing destinations and activities in Arizona.