People who have disabilities find their own ways of becoming comfortable in their homes. These days it is not difficult for such people to see the world if the wish to do so. Earlier, they would be expected to visit only places where their friends or relatives lived so that special arrangements could be made. However, this is not longer true because many hotels and transporters have separate arrangements for disabled people.

Just keep these tips in mind while planning your trip and you will travel in peace.

The most important thing that you should remember while traveling with someone with disabilities is the need to book the right rooms and arrange for the right kind of transportation. You must tell your travel agent about your requirements right in the beginning so that they can make appropriate arrangements. It is always a good idea to book well in advance because the number of rooms with special arrangements is often limited.

If there is a possibility that the person may require oxygen or any special type medication, it is important that you carry the contact details of the nearest medical facility centers of the places that you are going to visit.

It would also be a good idea for you to keep photocopies of the prescriptions of the medicines that the person consumes on a regular basis in the bag that you will carry with you on the plane. A photocopied set of the medical documents should also be kept at home where someone else may be able to access it if required. You should also learn the names of the medicines because people often come up with answers like ‘the small yellow pill’ when they are taken to emergency rooms!

Last but not the least; try to reach airports and other boarding points with at least an hour in hand. This is what everybody ought to do, but if you intend to travel with someone with disabilities this is a rule that you should never ignore.