Terry Breen

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Tips for Cruisers with Disabilities

Surgery left my 82 year old mother paralyzed. Overnight the world of the wheelchair became our reality. Ten years of helping my mother left me with a deep and sincere appreciation for what it takes to 'get by' when one has special needs. For the last sixteen years it has been my privilege to work onboard some of the most luxurious cruise ships in the world. During that time, I have welcomed onboard guests on crutches and walkers; with canes and service dogs; and in wheelchairs – including my mother. They arrive with confidence knowing cruising is a vacation they can enjoy!

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