New Rule to Address Lack of Accessible Bathrooms on Airplanes

During the early part of my career, I was very blessed and fortunate to travel across the country. Typically, I was on the road for over 250 days out of the year. It was very strenuous and taxing, especially with having a disability and everything involved with traveling. One of the things I was alwaysContinue reading “New Rule to Address Lack of Accessible Bathrooms on Airplanes”

Springtime and the Beautiful Flowers in St. Louis

During the month of May in St. Louis, everything comes alive! The foliage in the trees become thicker and greener and you can see it as the wind blows. This is the best time to check out some spots in the St. Louis area where you can see beautiful flowers and plants that you don’tContinue reading “Springtime and the Beautiful Flowers in St. Louis”

An Exciting Visit to Desert Hot Springs in My 4Front 2

Spring has sprung! From the gorgeous flowers blooming to the longer days of sunshine, it’s one of my favorite times of year. As a full-time entrepreneur, however, it can be hard to enjoy all that springtime has to offer. Taking Time Off This year has been different. For the first time ever, we decided asContinue reading “An Exciting Visit to Desert Hot Springs in My 4Front 2”

The Best Ways to Travel with Mobility Equipment

On the tail end of the pandemic, I’ve been doing my fair share of travel this year as the world re-opens and people have begun to congregate again. Most of my traveling is for work, as I move around the continent educating people on inclusive play, playing on playgrounds, and leading design workshops. With plentyContinue reading “The Best Ways to Travel with Mobility Equipment”

Air Travel by Persons Who Use Wheelchairs

On Thursday, March 24, 2022, the U.S. Department of Transportation held an all-day virtual public meeting on the subject of air travel by persons who use wheelchairs. Over 600 people attended the meeting. At the meeting, we heard from representatives from the Department of Transportation, including the Secretary himself. We also heard from airline industryContinue reading “Air Travel by Persons Who Use Wheelchairs”

New Policy Restricts Flights for Wheelchair Users

On average, I fly two to three times a year. Within the last six months, it has been difficult to book flights due to the size of my power wheelchair. Due to recent policy changes by the Department of Transportation, airlines are no longer required to accommodate power wheelchairs on smaller aircrafts if the chairContinue reading “New Policy Restricts Flights for Wheelchair Users”

Exploring the Wonderful World of Coca Cola

Let’s go inside The World of Coca Cola, which is a museum in my hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. I love this place because it’s very accessible for power wheelchair users. Plus, I can taste test different varieties of Coca Cola they make around the world. The History of Coca Cola Did you know the inventorContinue reading “Exploring the Wonderful World of Coca Cola”

Great iLevel Benefits When Staying at Hotels

I am so thankful for iLevel® technology when I travel, especially when I am staying at hotels. Each hotel is different. I find that I need to adjust the seat height on my power wheelchair for different things all the time, even if I get an accessible room. Here are a few ways that iLevel helpsContinue reading “Great iLevel Benefits When Staying at Hotels”

Taking an Awesome Road Trip with My 4Front 2

I’ve always been a lover of adventure and one of my favorite things to do is travel. Prior to the pandemic, I traveled on planes for work or leisure at least once a month, and sometimes, more than that. As a result, I’d grown adept at navigating my way through an airport, from security allContinue reading “Taking an Awesome Road Trip with My 4Front 2”

My Wonderful Trip to the Accessible Florida Keys

With the insane number of COVID-19 cases rising, especially in New Jersey, I’m sure everybody is feeling the same way about traveling. When can we go on a vacation again safely? It seemed impossible. After some careful consideration, however, my parents decided to pack up our stuff, get into our minivan and drive as farContinue reading “My Wonderful Trip to the Accessible Florida Keys”