*warning* material in this article may upset readers.
Did you realise that there are over 11 million people in the UK living with a severe dibilitating illness or disability (estimates of 6% of children, 16% of working age adults and 45% of 65+) that’s over 17% of our population.
In the UK, we are very fortunate that most medical conditions are recognised and we generally get the support we need. It’s not uncommon in developing countries for disabled or impaired individuals to be seen as having drawn the short straw and have no alternative but to resort to a desolate life of begging on the streets for food.
- Will I be able to get travel insurance?
- Will there be amenities to suit my requirements?
- Will the different climate affect me?
- Will flying be stressful / possible?
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