Traveling Differently- Resources

Are you a travel business or organization that offers assistance for those who travel differently? I would love to add you to my new resource page here! And, if you are a traveler with unique challenges – please let me know about your experiences or resources to be included in this forum!



Why Resources for Traveling Differently Are Important to Share

I know that not everyone can travel the same.  Some people may use mobility devices, such as wheelchairs or walkers, while others may have sensory challenges (including Deaf or Blind). And, then there are those who have unique challenges such as Autism or cognitive delays. This resource section is to be of help to all and the comment section is open for you to add your own links to resources you have found helpful. Please do your due diligence with these websites.  We try our best to check the content prior to posting, however, we are not responsible for third party content.  Thank you.


Please scroll to the bottom for our very popular pocket- sized communication chart for emergencies.  

Articles and Podcasts

Traveling with Disabilities from the

Disabled Traveler via

Rick Steve’s Travel with Disabilities (Rick Steve’s is a great resource for all topic travel)

The BowTie Guy: Special Needs Travel (Podcast)

Bucket List Buster- Inclusive Travel for People with Autism

Autism Travel (

Autism Speaks Travel Recommendations

Passages Deaf Travel

Travel Tips for Deaf: Travel and Leisure Magazine

Airlines and their assistance for those with unique traveling needs

Southwest:  This airline has been in the forefront of helping those with special needs. Click here for information about their special assistance offerings.

Alaska Air: Accessible services.\


Safety When Traveling:

Earthquake Alliance:

Safety Apps for Special Needs

Sign Language Voice to Sign and Vice Versa:

Article via Business Insider

via Google App Store

Consider having one of these when you travel if you use sign language, Spanish or Chinese for communication.  Order here:


This pocket-sized emergency communication chart has FOUR different languages represented. Photos for a dozen important informational signs are in sign language, English, Spanish and Chinese! There is a space for writing with a washable marker allows for efficient communication during challenging situations, such as medical emergencies or disasters. Also, numbers, common symbols (such as for email) and the alphabet is included. This card has a special coating for easy cleaning. This emergency mini – chart has been used by thousands of First Responders and Community Emergency Responder Teams (CERT). Also, valuable for those who work in schools, are involved with service related industries (such as bus drivers, flight attendants, etc.). Restauranteurs and hospitality workers are also using this chart to help customers who are in need of assistance. We offer this chart for those who reside in the United States. Price includes shipping within the USA. Don’t want to order via PayPal or don’t see a button to order? EMAIL US at the LINK BELOW! Bulk orders needed? EMAIL US! Shipping included, but note: we only ship within the United States. For outside the USA orders – please send an email. Thank you.


Mini Chart Chinese

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