De la salle boys helping the community in doing some work experience with, White property services, what an amazing job in the last 2 days. Will keep you updated! With more pictures
How are you? Just checking if you got my earlier email about a useful guide I wanted to suggest on spinalsupport.nz?
I found your resource section and immediately thought about sharing this in-depth guide to help make travelling easier for people with disabilities. Feel free to check it out below:
The Full Guide to Flying with a Disability
- This guide offers lots of helpful information such as:
Understanding the struggle disabled travellers face when they try to fly. Figures show 57% of these travellers said they had difficulty when accessing an airport or flying. 33% of people also said they were unhappy with the service provided for them at the airport.
- The barriers disabled travellers face when they fly. Did you know that 26 wheelchairs are damaged across the world on a daily basis? and some of these can cost tens of thousands to replace!
- Practical advice on the best places to visit as a disabled holidaymaker, how to book up a hotel room which is right for you and how to get special assistant on your flight if you need it. The resource also covers medical information which you might find useful.
- Other helpful tips and resources that can make planning and taking a trip abroad safe and easy for those with disabilities.
Are you open to suggestions? I think a lot of people (including your readers) could find this topic useful!
I’d love to know what you think and if you could point me to the right person to talk to about including our guide on this page? – https://spinalsupport.nz/travel-transport/
Thanks in advance!
New Spinal Support Assistant Coordinator
My name is Reena Randev. I am from Punjab, India. I have been living and working in New Zealand for 9 years. I Iove this beautiful country and close-knit community. My education consists of a Bachelor degree in Biological Sciences, a Bachelor Degree in Ayurvedic/Indian Medicine and Surgery from India. My passion has always been in assisting others and improving their quality of life. My family includes my husband and 2 children. I am a creative and ambitious person and I have a lot of ideas about my future. I like working in collaboration. My hobbies are dancing, singing, drawing and exploring. I am currently enjoying my work as an assistant coordinator at the Spinal Support New Zealand.