Miami: Disabled Needs
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Generally speaking, Miami is well set up for disabled holiday makers. You’ll find a reasonable amount of holiday hotels offering disabled visitors to Miami easily accessible rooms, with wide doors and plenty of room to move around the beds. There are places offering accommodation with raised toilets and grab bars, as well as walk in showers to help make your holiday more convenient if you’re a disabled visitor to Miami.
In terms of things to do for disabled travellers on holiday in Miami, check out the Shake a Leg Watersports Centre, which offers a universally accessible water sports programme. Haulover Beach also has a place where you can hire beach wheelchairs on your holiday in Miami. If you are planning to go to the city, check out the Center of Independent Living of South Florida, which is based in Miami, for more information on how to make the most of your holiday in Miami if you’re disabled.
Miami also hosts the “No Barriers Festival” in June, which is dedicated to showcasing innovative ways for disabled people to live active lives and break down barriers. There are stimulating activities to try out if you’re disabled on holiday in Miami – like sailing, scuba diving and rock-climbing, as well as discussions on the latest disables prosthetics and equipment. Disabled visitors to Miami should contact the Shake a Leg Watersports Centre for more information.