The guide is called “The Full Guide to Flying with a Disability” and offers plenty of valuable information such as: 
 
• Understanding the struggle disabled travellers face when they try to fly. Figures show 57% of these travellers said they had difficulty when accessing an airport or flying. 33% of people also said they were unhappy with the service provided for them at the airport. 
• The barriers disabled travellers face when they fly. Did you know that 26 wheelchairs are damaged across the world on a daily basis? and some of these can cost tens of thousands to replace! 
• Practical advice on the best places to visit as a disabled holidaymaker, how to book up a hotel room which is right for you and how to get special assistant on your flight if you need it. The resource also covers medical information which you might find useful. 
• Other helpful tips and resources that can make planning and taking a trip abroad safe and easy for those with disabilities. 
Feel free to check-out the guide below: 
 
"The Full Guide to Flying with a Disability" 
 
It is a daunting task to start life planning if you are a carer or relative for a disabled adult. there are many things are many aspects to consider. 
 
The information below is not exclusive, there may be other ways and links out there. If you would like us to add information or links onto this page please contact sarah@cpmids.org.uk 
 
Anthony Collins 
Anthony Collins are a team who specialise in Wills, Special Needs Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection Deputyships – all of which are likely to be relevant for disabled citizens, their parents or carers who want to make sure arrangements are in place to ensure they’ll be ok after parents etc pass away. 
 
Long Term Care Planning Guide 
 
Long-Term Disability Insurance Vs. Long-Term Care Insurance 
 
Medicare Enrollment Guide 
 
How to Write a Will - Key Steps to Successfully Writing Your Will 
 
Paying for a Disabled Dependent's Funeral: 3 Supportive Resources 
 
What Is a DNR and Why Would Seniors Want One? 
The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) is one of the leading disability organisations operating in Birmingham, Solihull and the wider West Midlands. The DRC's mission is: To support disabled people to take control of their own lives and to actively seek out opportunities to achieve their full potential as individuals in mainstream society. For more information please visit https://www.disability.co.uk/ 
FreeWheelin Dance Group are Birmingham’s first wheelchair dance class in association with the Wheelchair Dance Sports Association (WDSA). Helen Mason is a qualified wheelchair dance instructor and runs sessions at both Cerebral Palsy Midlands weekly on Thursdays and also runs sessions in the local community. 
The Changing Places Consortium launched its campaign in 2006 on behalf of the over 1/4 of a million people who cannot use standard accessible toilets. This includes people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, as well as older people. For more information please visit http://www.changing-places.org/. 
 
Whats really great about this website is you can enter your location and find out where the nearest accessible changing places toilet is to you.  
Family Fund is the UK's largest charity providing grants for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people. For more information please visit https://www.familyfund.org.uk/ 
Sociability Care is a Community Interest Company which supports individuals with disabilities and their families. We aim to reduce feelings of social isolation, promote independence and develop skills. 
 
In addition to this we provide disability and safeguarding training and guidance to organisations to make services more inclusive and remove discrimination. For more information please visit https://www.facebook.com/sociabilitycare/ 
Birmingham PHAB Camps is a voluntary organisation that provides holidays aimed at creating inclusion for disadvantaged young people, with and without disabilities, from the Birmingham area. We are staffed entirely by volunteers. 
 
Our children and young adults are given the opportunity to participate in new and challenging experiences and everyone can take part together, no matter what their ability. Many who join us for a week have no other opportunity for a holiday. For more information visit http://www.bhamphabcamps.org.uk/ 
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