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Month: March 2019

Adelaide Fringe Accessibility in a powered wheelchair

Adelaide Fringe Accessibility in a powered wheelchair

An introduction Adelaide Fringe Accessibility is a topic which is important to me, as I use a wheelchair to get around. I first attended the Adelaide Fringe in a wheelchair in 2016. And went to seven events including The Naked Magicians, Neel Kolhatkar and Abbot the musical. In 2017 it was only two events including Graeme of Thrones, and 2018 it was seven events including Jackson vs Jackson, Adelaide Wind Orchestra and the Soweto Gospel Choir. In 2019 I attended…

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How not to travel to the Adelaide Fringe via Adelaide Access Taxis

How not to travel to the Adelaide Fringe via Adelaide Access Taxis

Adelaide Access Taxis – introduction I am fortunate to have a vehicle that I can drive independently, whenever I want, and wherever I choose to go. It is a 2013 Volkswagen Transporter that can take my manual or powered wheelchairs. The underfloor lifter, docking station, 3-way driver’s seat, hand controls and an additional seat belt are the magic that makes it happen. There are times when catching a taxi is beneficial, such as journeys to the City of Adelaide or…

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