sheri-staycation-webTravel opportunities for people with disabilities have markedly increased over the last decade. But I wonder if it is 20 years too late for me.

As a quadriplegic injured for 33 years, it is not easy to deal with activities of daily living in my home environment, and travel adds a whole new level of obstacles. And my body, more often than not, reacts negatively to a different bed, shower, diet, and the list goes on. My shoulders hurt, my stomach feels lousy and being in unfamiliar surroundings makes me much less independent.

Don’t misunderstand me, traveling when I was in my 20s was no picnic, but I