I’m so glad today is Friday. There is no question that I love working on my business, and really hope to do well at it.. But I’m ready for some downtime.
Today, let’s talk some about resorts and the disabled.. Whether you are the disabled person yourself, or someone in your family is disabled, you will be the one who best knows what works and what doesn’t work for the disabled person. Resorts are great places to vacation because you are going to have your lodging, your meals, and your entertainment all right there. Resorts usually have several nice pools you can choose from, as well as children’s programs for when you would rather not have your children around. But are you are going to have more questions about the resort than the average person. What exactly are the rooms like? Will getting a wheelchair in and out be a problem? Am I going to have enough room to keep the things I need to keep my child calm? Is there a way to keep what other guests hear from our rooms to a minimum? Are we going to have good options in the restaurants for the person with dietary restrictions? And are the restaurants going to be family friendly? Do you take special needs children in your programs, and how does all that work? Has any of your staff been specifically train to work with the disabled?
These are some of the things you’ll need to consider when going to a resort with a person with a disability. Or you could e-mail me, and I’ll ask a lot of questions about your family and help you get the info you need.. I would be more than happy to work with you.