30 May 2016

Making it easier to travel with a disability

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 1:35 pm on 30 May 2016

Kimberly Graham was always a keen traveller, and wanted to continue after having her son, who has cerebral palsy and relies on a wheelchair for mobility. She found that even after researching the accessibility of places she wanted to take her family, there would often be barriers once she got there. So she decided to do something about it herself, and set up a travel information company, Oyster Accessible Travel, catering specifically for people with disabilities.

Kimberly Graham joined Jesse Mulligan in the studio.

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