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Airport Security: Medical Carry-ons and IV Supplies

by Lucy Trieshmann

June 9, 2019

I recently flew with my intravenous medication and supplies in tow for the first time. I was incredibly anxious leading up to the flight because I found little information online. I needed to bring several 1500ml sterile bags of liquid, syringes, por ...

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Accessibility in Ireland

by Claire Wellbeloved-Stone

May 27, 2019

I recently returned from a trip to Ireland, and I wanted to share some tips about accessible travel to the sites I had the chance to visit. In Dublin the Guinness Storehouse, an extremely popular destination, provides several accommodations. If you w ...

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Accessibility at Temple Square and for Tabernacle Choir Performances

by Rupa Valdez

May 13, 2019

I recently traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah, with my dad to undergo an intensive concussion rehabilitation program. As this was my first visit, we decided to take in a few tourist sights while in town. My dad had heard about the Tabernacle Choir at T ...

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Traveling in Chicago with Chronic Illness

by Leah Stagnone

April 28, 2019

When my life was drastically altered by chronic illness three years ago, travel fell to the bottom of my priority list. Travel by plane had previously been draining for me even as a mostly able-bodied person, and so I worried that it would now be far ...

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Managing Anxiety on the Road

by Claire Wellbeloved-Stone

April 15, 2019

I’ve written a few posts about accessibility I saw while traveling around the globe. What I didn’t touch on in these posts was my personal experience traveling with anxiety. I left the United States with nothing more than my first two nights planned— ...

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