Bill is a thought leader on Inclusive travel and shares a new perspective on how this important and economically viable market of travelers with a disability can best be served. Whether you are a person who loves to travel or a travel provider, you will not want to miss this insight.
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There are disability consultants who make a career out of helping businesses get ready for this new influx of new customers promised, but who are they? What are the real numbers? It depends on how you define someone with a “disability”. As you can see below, most of the time, we see them lumped all together, which is great politically, but a hearing disability or autism is not going to stop most people from getting on a plane and traveling to the jungles of Belize, regardless of accessibility of infrastructure.