I had a very early flight but the special assistance team were amazing and got us quickly and comfortably onto the plane, nothing was a problem for them
This ramp was really good, it had a flat bit in the middle which meant you could rest, and you didn’t have to build up loads of speed, just felt so far, well done Northumbria University
The vet came and collected my dogs from the car, gave them their booster and health check and deliver them back in my car so I didn’t need to get out. Their office is inaccessible, although they do have a ramp but it is really steep, but they got over the physical inaccessibility by being… Read more »
automatic door, good; grab handle, good; step, mmm … ah it’ll do
Very accessible place, except for the rides, I saw three disabled staff, a good hiring policies?
Yesterday I tried the beach wheelchairs it was great fun and I enjoyed for the first time taking my own dog on the beach instead of watching her from the top. Although I did find the ramp extremely steep to get down and lack of support in the chair I still had an amazing time.
I am daily disabled by this car that parks across a dropped kerb. I have to wheel right to the top of the street to find another where I can cross. I have even written notes to ask politely to find another place to park, but they don’t do it.
The accessible toilets are locked with a non-Radar key and you had to go to the front desk to get it. I have already been caught short because I ran out of time.
Accessible entrance from a side door, good accessible toilets and a ramp to reception/drinks. There are a fair few disabled climbers as well.
hassle free support from friendly staff off my plane. made travelling a breeze.
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