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"If black boxes survive air crashes, why don't they make the whole plane out of that stuff?" George Carlin

Published on 3/19/2017
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Here we are planning a trip to celebrate the days in fun and relaxation.  And it includes flying to your destination.

 Well, traveling can cause stress to the best of us, and flying can be especially difficult for individuals living with paralysis.

Make your trip go as smoothly as possible, for passengers flying with wheelchairs and their loved ones:

 

Arrive at airport with plenty of time before your flight.  Security screening can last longer for passengers using wheelchairs, so getting to the airport 2-3 hours ahead of time means you will not feel rushed and anxious.

Ask for help if you need it.  You may need an extra hand transferring on and off the plane.  The airport staff is available to assist you.

Pack extra medical supplies in your carry-on bag.  Whether you need small pillows or hand wipes, you will feel prepared knowing these are on board with you.  And make sure to pack any medications in your carry-on luggage so that it is accessible during the flight.

Keep expensive and essential equipment with you.  Losing luggage happens to everybody.  Keep valuables and important items, such as personal belongings, wheelchair seat cushions, battery charger and other necessary wheelchair accessories in your carry-on bag.  You can also speak with your hotel and ship medical supplies or other critical items in advance.



Communicate with airline employees to help protect your wheelchair.  Before jetting off, your wheelchair could be wrapped in green cellophane that can be purchased in advance from a hardware store.   Also alerts airline personnel to be careful and not place bags on top of her wheelchair.

"Keep on keeping on," as they say. Flying can be a challenge, but seeing the world is worth it!

 

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  Let's change the world together one person at a time.  Grow your personal financial portfolio while working on your own personal dreams.  This CrowdRising is powerful and extremely exciting.  This is so exciting to help ourselves and others at the same time.

 

Let us be passionate for others.

 Have A Great Blessed Day!

 

 

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