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Founder of accessible travel blog discusses traveling with a disability

Kristin Secor of World on Wheels Travel blog discusses her journey as a founder of a travel blog and a person who travels the world as a person with a disability.

Kristin is combining her love of travel and her experience as a person living with a disability to start her own accessible travel blog business and help others achieve their dreams of traveling the world.

Kristin was born with a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy which affects her strength, balance, endurance, and breathing. Despite her physical challenges, she has traveled to 20 countries across 4 continents (including Antarctica). She uses her experiences and love of traveling to help others go to their bucket list destinations through her wheelchair accessible travel blog, World on Wheels Blog. Her goal is to provide information and resources to make planning accessible travel easier. Additionally, she organizes accessible small group tours in an effort to make accessible travel more affordable and allow people to travel to places they’ve always dreamed of.

About World on Wheels

World on Wheels Blog aims to inspire people to travel to destinations they may have never thought possible (due to a lack of accessibility) while providing information and resources to help make planning those adventures easier. Additionally, it assists people with travel through its wheelchair accessible itinerary planning service and by organizing accessible small group tours.

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