Over the last 15 years, heightened airport security has led to an increased number of obstacles facing holidaymakers.
Regardless of physical or mental ability, it’s helped make flying one of the more stressful ways to travel.
Yet for parents of children with conditions like cerebral palsy, flying can be especially daunting, not least because of the accessible air travel horror stories we see so often in the news.
So, it’s important for parents to plan well. But the advice and information available can be confusing, conflicting and dry.
Breaking from that mould, this infographic from Serious Law LLP offers basic free advice to parents taking a child with cerebral palsy onto flights.
And if you’re using a desktop or laptop, it’s also worth looking at this animated scroll version on Serious Law’s website.
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