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a man in a wheelchair with his back facing the camera on a wood deck overlooking green hills
Colorado has always been one of my favorite states in the US. The mountains, weather, and people provide an atmosphere that is like nowhere else in the country. After getting seriously injured in a skiing accident in 2018, I became paralyzed from my chest down. Colorado was a place I never saw myself being able...
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two woman in wheelchairs dancing to a street musiciian playing the drums
Hello everyone! My name is Valentina and I’m from Valparaíso, Chile. Recently, I was given the opportunity to map Valparaíso and Viña del Mar with Wheel the World. Here is a little bit about my experience and some tips for traveling in accessible Valparaíso and Viña del Mar. My Experience I studied ecotourism and in...
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five people standing behind a woman in a wheelchair, all smiling in a plaza in Rome
Hey everyone! My name is Emilie Rodger and I am a partnerships manager at Wheel the World. I joined the company 2 years ago, I’m French, and work remotely, from Lyon. After having watched so many WTW experience videos, and getting emotional to the point I shed tears pretty much 8 out of 10 times,...
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Hello everyone! My name is Joanna Gruau, and I work as an intern in the development and growth department at Wheel the World. I’m Spanish, and I work remotely from Madrid.  Since June, I  have worked at Wheel the World on a project based on the accessibility of Chile, together with COPEC, which I’ll tell...
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Two travelers, one standing and one in a wheelchair, posed on the road with rock formations behind them
Chris traveled with us to Torres del Paine and has been featured on WTW Talks and shared travel tips with us in the past. In this article, he shares his favorite trips in the USA and some advice for traveling through the expansive country. Like my fellow Australians, our family just loves to travel. It’s...
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Alvaro is an avid traveler, cofounder of Wheel the World, and has a physical disability. He shared some advice and guidance with us about the best shower wheelchairs for travel: “Shower and bathrooms are always an issue for people with a physical disability. Each of us, with different disabilities, has a different technique, different equipment,...
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Last month, we asked our community a question: What does inclusion mean to you?  Inclusion encompasses many things in a variety of places. Culture, nationality, religion, gender, race, disabilities in education, public policies and groups of people to name a few. Merriam-Webster defines inclusion as “the act of including: to take in or comprise as...
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Our experience traveling in a wheelchair to Barcelona was basically perfect. If it’s your first time traveling with someone with a disability, Barcelona is the best option. I want to share some tips and advice for anyone thinking about traveling to wheelchair accessible Barcelona.  First of all, it’s my boyfriend who uses a wheelchair, not...
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Andres Villagran is Head of Marketing at Wheel the World. After working in digital marketing at different companies abroad and in Chile, he joined the WTW Team. “I joined the team at Wheel the World because I was attracted to the project as soon as I heard about it, due to what it represents and...
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Workplace Diversity. It’s a buzzword we hear often in the business world. It’s something that in some countries is enforced by law, and something that companies strive for because of its many benefits. But, what if we told you that having a diverse workplace isn’t enough? Having a team that represents the society and population...
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