01/12/2020Conventions, exhibitions, trade fairs – the rehabilitation and assistive technologies sector had big plans for 2020. Along came the coronavirus pandemic and changed everything. Profoundly and radically. Events had to be cancelled, personal contacts had to be drastically restricted, completely altering daily and public life in the process. How has the industry responded to the crisis?
01/12/2020The Coronavirus pandemic has hit the hospitality industry especially hard - including hotels that are accessible and cater to people with disabilities. After they have survived the first summer of the pandemic, hotel managers can now look back and draw early conclusions: How did they fare this year, and what are their hopes for the coming year?
02/04/2020When people with disabilities plan a trip, accessible accommodations are typically a critical aspect to consider. Both the hotel room and the surroundings should offer all the typical amenities, but also address the person’s special needs. REHACARE.com showcases three hotels that want to facilitate comfort and ease, especially for people with mobility disabilities.
02/04/2020Traveling with a mobility aid should be easy: Simply fold it up if needed and take it with you in the car or even on the plane. The foldable scooter ATTO from MovingLife makes all of this possible. REHACARE.com talked with Marcel Zwart, MovingLife Sales Manager EMEAI (Europe, Middle East, Africa & India), about ATTO being a game-changer for people with mobility impairments when they travel.
02/04/2020Frankly, it’s not an easy feat to write about (accessible) travel as the Coronavirus outbreak rages on and travel restrictions and quarantines put a damper on some of the best-laid travel plans. Yet despite all the somewhat dire news, there are still some exciting travel news to report. So get ready: Once SARS-CoV-2 loosens its grip, let the (accessible) journey begin!
02/04/2020Airplanes still stay on the ground and tourist travel is currently not possible worldwide due to the coronavirus pandemic. But people with and without disabilities hope to be able to travel safely again soon. Which accessible hotels and practical auxiliary means disabled travelers could expect then, you will get to know in our Topic of the Month April: On hold – travel with a disability.
19/07/2018Tourism is for everybody. The aim of the British organisation Tourism for All is to make travel accessible. Whether travelers, policy makers or companies, Tourism for All wants to operate with and for everyone. REHACARE.com asked, how the attitude of companies and politicians towards people with disabilities has changed and what the European tourism market has to offer.