Re: Traveling with a handicapped adult daughter
I agree with you and some hotels don't have many accessible rooms. I'm not sure what handicap your daughter has , but my 23 year old son is a paraplegic. He broke his back above the waist last year. When he goes places it always enters my mind weather or not he will be able to get around easily. I want my son to have as close to a life as he did before the accident. His wife handles all the travel and doctor things with him so I don't know everything about it , but when I have been with them it seems like a lot of things to bring , let alone getting a hotel room with what he needs.