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      Leah Leilani
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      “Traveling should not be so difficult for people with disabilities. Millions of people are missing out on the joy of experiencing a new destination for the first time. But the good thing is it can be better, both in the way the vacation industry treats us and the way we respond to challenges.”

      Because of the damage done to wheelchairs during flights, traveling is still a luxury reserved mostly for the able-bodied. But thanks to Hawken’s tips in his article “How to Enjoy Travel With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy,” perhaps traveling can be a bit less stressful.

      Have you had your wheelchair damaged by an airline before? How did you handle the situation and were you able to still make the most out of your trip?

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