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comment What are good holidays for a disabled adult and a small child?
The powered chair thing is tricky for us unfortunately. Though she's amazing with them (she used to teach children how to drive them prior to all this, so did a perfect reverse park by her hospital bed on the first attempt), her brain damage means she doesn't notice things on her right hand side. She can see things there if you point them out, but will generally crash into / run over them. In the UK you have to pass a test before using a powered chair in public, which she wouldn't stand a chance at.
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comment What are good holidays for a disabled adult and a small child?
We'd consider anywhere, but as she tires easily, longer journeys would be harder. Still, they might be worth it. Right now, no - public transport would be extremely difficult. She is improving though, so let's pretend she can. I'll save those ideas for later. :)
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