According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics in excess of 4 million Australians (18.5% of the population) are living with a disability.
Disabilities are not only physical, they can also include intellectual, sensory and mental disability.
Wheelie Good Cruises is individually owned by Robert De Pasquale lives with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus and has been cruised for more than 25 years.
At Wheelie Good Cruises, we emphasis on the abilities of the individual, providing quality advice to help reach dreams. We also believe in the significance of raising awareness about cruising for people who have a disability.
Cruises are a popular choice of holiday for many people with a disability and is a fantastic way to spend a holiday, with beautiful destinations, constant entertainment and fantastic accommodation.
However many people with a disability don’t even consider the possibility of going on a cruise, believing them to be inaccessible.
Although disabilities can have an emotional impact the way we live our lives the treatment and support for each condition gets better and better each year.
Whether you’re a person with a disability, a carer looking for support or someone who needs a little help while on their cruise holiday – Wheelie Good Cruises is here to help!
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