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Home Exchanges

By: Janet Ambrose
Home Exchange programs allow other people with similar needs, in other parts of the country and world, to find a more accessible alternative to hotels while saving money at the same time. One of the benefits is that you can can ask your exchange partner relevant questions about exactly how accessible the home actually is. That is a huge advantage over talking to a hotel receptionist who has never even been in the "accessible room" you are booking over the phone or internet. After you established contact with a potential exchange partner you will need to share information, set up a contract, and check your home insurance. This site provides you with the listings below which allow you to find an accessible home close to your desired destination.

DisabledTravelers.com does not have its own vacation home exchange program. Below you will find links to companies that do. Some specialize in accessible only (accessible symbol) home exchanges while others are general home exchange companies that offer the option of searching for wheelchair accessible homes.

accessible symbolIndependent Living Institute

accessible symbolMatchingHouses.com

Green Theme Int'l Home Exchange

HomeExchange.com

Seniors Home Exchange - 50+

ExchangeHomes.com

accessible symbolCandy Harrington:
Try a Home Exchange on Your Next Vacation

Home Base Holidays

Invented City

JewettStreet.com

Home Exchange programs allow other people with similar needs, in other parts of the country and world, to find a more accessible alternative to hotels while saving money at the same time. One of the benefits is that you can can ask your exchange partner relevant questions about safety nets such as home insurance plans and issues concerning exactly how accessible the home actually is. That is a huge advantage over talking to a hotel receptionist who has never even been in the "accessible room" you are booking over the phone or internet. After you established contact with a potential exchange partner you will need to share information, set up a contract, and check your home insurance. This site provides you with the listings below which allow you to find an accessible home close to your desired destination.

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