The games have begun, and the world is watching with anticipation. 2018 FIFA World Cup officially kicked off on 14th June and it will occupy football fans’ minds until mid-July. Millions of people all around the world watch the games on TV, online and live. Since worldwide accessibility seems to be increasing every year, how accessible is 2018 FIFA World Cup? Well, after some research, I need to admit “accessibility” finally made its way into FIFA’s dictionary. Below you can read everything I found out about 2018 FIFA World Cup… for wheelchair users!
You know what’s beautiful about living in the 21st century? It’s the unhindered ability to make our living environment, both indoors and out, friendlier and more accessible to individuals struggling with some form of physical disadvantage. Think about it, it used to be that the university campus only had stairs, now, you have ramps and rails, special parking spots, elevators, adapted facilities, and much more.
What a time to be alive. To be able to help your fellow earthlings reach their full potential and lead a happier life. No matter if you are living with a disability yourself, or if you simply want to make your home more functional and accessible to those that are, here are the five ways you can transform your home for the new, compassionate world.
Once upon a time, a few traveling mistakes ago, I discovered that good preparation can save you from almost any trouble. They say: a stitch in time saves nine, and that’s a rule I live by! After all, planning an accessible trip from your sofa is easier and more comfortable, than discovering your dream city and accessibility don’t belong in the same sentence. Since plans and knowledge can get you very far, but sometimes they need a little help, travel gadgets come to rescue! There are hundreds of them on the market, but since more is less, I’ll focus on 5 of them. Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you 5 travel gadgets which can save the day and your budget!
Once upon a time, in the times when legends were very alive, the mermaid told people “here you will build a marvelous city” and indeed, they did. The capital city of Poland is vibrant and modern and it has mastered the art of reinvention. It rose up from ashes like a phoenix and learned to combine modernity with history. Tall skyscrapers and old buildings, the few which survived the war, stand proudly next to each other. In Warsaw, you can learn a lot about reinvention and enjoy yourself like there is no tomorrow. Below we will get to know Warsaw inside out (touristically!)…
New Blumil electric wheelchair has just arrived and all city lovers are likely to be over the moon… once they experience freedom it grants! If you fancy walks under the starry skies or strolls around luminous cities, you will instantly like the new Blumil City. With this electric wheelchair by your side, you can discover everything your city has to offer. Inside and out! It is the ultimate electric wheelchair for urban areas. It weighs only 27 kilograms, thus making it the lightest wheelchair of this kind available on the market! Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? We’re just getting started! The wheelchair can drive as fast as 18 kilometers per hour. The seat is cushioned, height can be adjusted and there’s a very nice footrest. Blumil City redefines “comfortable”. It is perfect for all-day city adventures – just take your seat and… drive into the unknown!