Monthly Archives: April 2016

Why the loo is often the hardest part of travelling with a disability

Written on April 27, 2016 at 8:21 am, by

Thanks to a gradual recognition of the rights of people with disabilities to have the same access to transport as everyone else, we’ve seen legislation in most countries which compels airlines to cater to the needs of passengers who require wheelchairs. One area which remains a problem however is that of using an on-board lavatory.  Continue Reading »

Moorish Andalucia: planning a visit to the Alhambra

Written on April 20, 2016 at 10:13 am, by

The magnificent Alhambra Palace, perched high on a hill above the bustling city of Granada, is a highlight of many visitors’ holidays in Andalucia. The intricate Islamic artwork, the cooling corridors with fabulous views, and the grand gardens with their ornamental fountains all help to create a magical setting which has attracted travellers for hundreds  Continue Reading »

Travelling in the face of adversity

Written on April 13, 2016 at 9:37 am, by

For those who love to travel, it is hard to understand how much a life-changing disability such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) can impair this pleasure. But while many will assume that losing the ability to walk,, talk and eat independently would put an end to your wanderlust, one man strongly disagrees. In a  Continue Reading »

Disney clamps down on disabled privileges

Written on April 6, 2016 at 7:28 am, by

Disney has long been regarded as a haven for family holidays. With their ‘Cast Members’ highly trained in spreading happiness to visiting families, young visitors with disabilities were traditionally treated as mini-rockstars; there was a policy of allowing people with disabilities straight to the front of the queues (which can be long and tortuous, especially  Continue Reading »

Can Be Done

Copyright 2010-2020 Can Be Done Call us on 020 8907 2400 or email us on

CanBeDone, the experts to be trusted. Privacy Policy

Online Marketing by LeadGeneratorsDigital