Holidays in the British Isles: A Guide for Disabled People: 2013 (BOK)
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Taking a break and going on holiday can be a great experience and essential to your health and wellbeing. It can give you and the people who support you, a well-earned rest and the chance to travel to new places and have new experiences. But, if you have a disability or long-term health condition, you may need to plan carefully to make sure you get the most from your break. We have compiled this Guide to help you prepare for a holiday and find the information you might need to make sure that your destination and accommodation is suitable. We've included a selection of places to stay and things to do when you get there. There's practical information about how to plan and book a holiday plus a range of resources that might be helpful when travelling around. Since we started producing a holiday guide over 30 years ago, there have been substantial improvements in the regulations and legislation affecting the provision of accessible accommodation and the other services needed by disabled guests. There are many people within the tourist industry who have a real interest in catering for disabled guests and this number is growing all the time. Advances in technology have transformed the travel industry. Online resources now provide a wealth of ever-changing options and an increasing amount of information for people with specific needs. Tourism for All UK, Open Britain and DisabledGo are just a few of the organisations providing a wealth of information through their websites and publications. We know that accessible and inclusive holidays are much more of a reality than they were in the past. We hope our Guide will help you to find the holiday or trip away you always wanted.