Whether you use a wheelchair, need audio signals at crosswalks, need to make sure you can still get your daily anxiety meds and talk to your therapist, or have any other accessibility concerns, it’s important to find out what options are available to you before you go. In many cases, arrangements can be made to ensure that you have access to everything you need in transit and while spending time away from home. The resources listed below can direct you to the answers you are looking for. If you can’t find the answers you are looking for, contact UNC Accessibility Resources & Services.

For information on mental health and global travel, please see the Health & Wellness Abroad page.