James Peacock

Author Bio

James Peacock

James Peacock

James Peacock is the editor-in-chief of Mobility Deck. James has lived as a student in Auckland for over 7 years, so he has a lot of experience with the difficulties of accessible transport in a big city. As a graduate of law from the University of Auckland, James enjoys writing and is dedicated to discovering the most innovative and valuable mobility products worth sharing with others – the ones that truly improve users' lives.
James Peacock

James Peacock

James Peacock is the editor-in-chief of Mobility Deck. James has lived as a student in Auckland for over 7 years, so he has a lot of experience with the difficulties of accessible transport in a big city. As a graduate of law from the University of Auckland, James enjoys writing and is dedicated to discovering the most innovative and valuable mobility products worth sharing with others – the ones that truly improve users' lives.

Recent Articles

Disability Travel Blogs

8 Inspiring Disability Travel Bloggers To Follow Today

As we’ve previously written about, traveling with a disability can be a challenging experience. While cities, airlines, hotels, and tourist attractions have made strides in improving their accessibility over the years – many barriers still remain for those who aren’t able-bodied. That’s

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Elderly Woman Holding Grab Bar

How High Should Grab Bars Be Installed?

Grab bars are among the most effective and affordable accessible home modifications you can make, and they are nigh on essential for senior citizens who want to ensure their safety. When it comes to the risk of falling, bathrooms are one of

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Wheelchair Ramp

Does Medicare Pay For Wheelchair Ramps?

Wheelchair ramps are essential, assistive equipment for people who use wheelchairs. Without one, moving a wheelchair up or down stairs is not only an arduous task but can also be a dangerous one. In light of this, getting a ramp set up

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