Brettapproved is a website that uses user-generated content to rate locations based on the accessibility.
For years, people with disabilities have not been able to get all the information they need about an environment or location based on real-life experience, they have not been able to learn from experience of other people with disabilities who have visited wherever they plan to travel to, but Brettapproved, a website that rates experience of people with disabilities and their caregivers has put that to an end.
Brettapproved has proven itself as one of the best go-to websites that offer ratings of places based on the experiences of those with disabilities, caretakers, family members, and friends, so it is advisable to read through the website when planning on your next travel.
Brettapproved does not only offer a rating of an accessible location, but it also has customized trips for people with disabilities, it's accessible trip packages start from $1,800 to $5,000.
Johanna Smith, a veteran with disabilities said, "After my spinal cord injury, I stayed indoors most of the time but it got to a time I started getting depressed because I stopped traveling. I know I need no other therapy than to travel, many people don't even know traveling is a therapy on its own. Well, I started brainstorming on where to go, then I started having the fear of not knowing how accessible where I want to visit is, I searched google for accessible places a few time and I stumbled on Brettapproved. The Brettapproved website has all the information I needed, I saw destinations with high ratings, very accessible nice places. I also saw website trip packages. I love the trip packages. I have traveled with Brettapproved travel package for the past 3 years, I have also visited destinations with high ratings on the website. It's a great travel resource center for people with disabilities."
"We want people with disabilities to travel and enjoy their trip to any destination of their choice," Brett Heising, the founder of Brettapproved said.
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