11 year old boy with a tough face, making a muscle and showing off his CGM attached to his arm. Words overlaid say "Travel Strong". Bottom left has small T1D ribbon logo and top right has small Kt K's Once Upon a Wish Travel logo.

Travel Strong with Kt K.'s Once Upon a Wish Travel

Accessible Travel

I have been planning events for disability rights groups for the past 5 years. This summer, my oldest was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, so accessibility planning has taken on a personal twist.

Everyone should have the chance to see the world and travel in a way that is comfortable and accessible for their needs. I want to help you plan the vacation you have always wanted to take, without all of the anxiety. 

Also, with every client that books with me, I will donate a portion of my commission to JDRF on behalf of my own T1DWarrior.

Inclusive Planning for Conferences and Events

While attending IMEX America 2022, I participated in Podcast Eating at a Meeting with speaker Tracy Stuckrath. We chatted about the importance of inclusive event planning and how to do so effectively. Check it out!

Travel Accessibly

News and articles to learn more

Learn more about what Royal Caribbean is doing to make their sailings more accessible to all

Despite its popular attractions, the Maldives is mostly off-limits to travelers with disabilities. But that's about to change, thanks to Victoria Kruse, who’s leading a groundbreaking accessibility initiative at Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences.

Royal Caribbean cuise ship, lit up on the ocean
Image by Mohamed Thasneem. sunset photo of water, 3 palm trees and an island in the distance. All items reflected in the water.

More Tools Coming Soon

Come back for more links, tools, posts and articles on traveling accessibly. 

Contact me for any questions or help in planning your accessible travel and events.

Woman in Wheelchair at Beach
Image by Nathan Anderson; Woman with arms around teenage son. Man looking at the two and all are smiling.
Woman's hand is reaching towards a railing while entering a train station platform.