According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, there are 25.5 million Americans alone reported having “travel-limiting” disabilities (https://www.bts.gov/travel-patterns-with-disabilities). The same report, published in Jan. 21 of this year, stated that 3.6 Americans with said disabilities are housebound.
Yet, in 2018 and 2019, travelers with disabilities made an estimated 81 million trips, and spent $58.7 billion, according to the Open Doors Organization (https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/economic-impact-of-disability-travel-reaches-58-7-billion-301162417.html).
As they travel, they will encounter barriers in a world that some deem to be exclusive. Those barriers include, but are not limited, steps; lack of elevators; public transportation; inaccessible bathrooms; communication difficulties; and many more problems.
Our goal is to expand the awareness of disabled people, and help them see and feel an inclusive world. Barriers will exist regardless of their perspective on the world, but there are always solutions. We are working to revolutionize the travel experience for disabled people.
We have established relationships with leading architectural companies that specialize in ADA design across the country, and can serve any business, nonprofit, government agency looking to better understand the disabled experience.
Contact us today to make a big difference tomorrow.