The 2015 brettapproved Report on the Disabled Traveler Market 

Throughout the past three years, the brettapproved team has conducted an ad hoc survey of people who use wheelchairs at airports, restaurants, hotels, conferences, expo’s and other venues around the country and around the world. We asked, “When staying at a hotel, how often do you get the accessibility equipment you expected, based on the Read more…

4 New brettapproved Travel Tips: The McConaughey edition

If you like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter, you rock! As a regular, you’ve probably seen our “Travel Tip Tuesdays.” Not familiar with these little gems? No worries. Hopefully that means you’re out experiencing a cool new place to eat, stay or play. Given that the summer travel season is in full Read more…

Mary Taloff: Holy sh*t! I’m stranded in New Brunswick.

“At brettapproved® we strive to celebrate what works and we ALWAYS focus on the positive. Every so often life teaches us a lesson and we feel compelled to share. What follows is an excellent blog post from Mary Taloff (with a little help from me) about what it’s like trying to get an accessible cab Read more…

4 Reasons The Travel & Hospitality Industries Will Become More Accessible

Whether you’re traveling across town or across the country, it takes planning. Flights, ground transportation, finding accessible dining options, making sure your seats at the concert you’re attending are accessible – I founded brettapproved to give everyone a tool that helps take the guesswork out of travel. Now everyone who’s concerned about accessibility can review Read more…

The City of Angels never disappoints

I believe life is defined by experiences, so it makes sense then that I’m happiest on the road. Whether I’m traveling for work or for fun, what I dig is that I’m out of the office, away from my iMac and connecting with people instead of the Internet. Last month I attended the Abilities Expo Read more…

The perfect cure for cabin fever!

Don’t worry east coast friends, spring is almost here! With the changing season comes a fun time of year: spring break. It’s time to start thinking about where you might want to go and escape this year. Here are a couple things to consider: Where to stay: Whether you’ve been digging out of the snow Read more…

Saying goodbye to summer

Like most of 2014, June, July and August flew by in a blur. Summer may not officially end until September 22 when autumn introduces itself to the Northern Hemisphere, but for all intents and purposes, Labor Day and football season signal its end. Here’s a look back at our spectacular summer. Abilities Expo June found Read more…

One call changed it all: Brian’s epic journey

I’m Brian, I’m a transfer-bench and this is my story.
I was hanging out with my boys in the warehouse when, at 1:36 p.m., I got THE CALL. I remember it like it was yesterday because, well, it was yesterday.

5 brettapproved™ travel tips

When you start a travel and entertainment website for people with disabilities, it stands to reason that you, well, enjoy traveling. That’s certainly the case with me. But why? Because life is defined by experiences and there’s nothing better than exploring someplace new. With this spirit of adventure in mind, I thought I’d share my Read more…