When I was a teenager, I earned great grades in school, played an instrument in the school band, and played a sport. I was never afraid to learn new things and was always eager to tackle all of the challenges that came with the learning experience. However, that all changed when I was finally the legal driving age in my state. I was terrified of driving and convinced that I would fail miserably at it! The feeling took me by surprise, but after some soul-searching and supportive advice from family, I finally got up the nerve to get behind the wheel. The "rest is history," as they say, and I soon actually became a great driver. I now have children and always tell them they can learn anything they put their minds too. I decided to start a blog to share my educational tips and help inspire others to learn!
24 May 2017
If you have limited mobility due to a disability or physical challenge, it may still be possible for you to learn to fly. Just as vehicles can be modified for the unique needs of disabled drivers, similar changes can be made to the controls of a plane that can allow many disabled persons to safely pilot a plane. However, those modifications aren't at every aviation school, nor is each change equal appropriate for the needs of each student.