Braeden, who has cerebral palsy and is non-verbal, has travelled all around Australia and to the USA three times.
He and his family are on a mission to prove that people with disabilities can be globetrotters, despite the challenges of travelling with a wheelchair or other extra needs.
It all started in 2011, when the family won a trip to the USA.
“I used to work as a travel consultant, so I really knew how to research all the details for the trip — where the entrances were, which were accessible, what the concessions were, all the nitty gritty information,” Braeden’s mother Julie Jones said.
“I really wanted to take the kids to Disneyland and I wasn’t sure how well that would go and whether it would work for us.
Ms Jones decided to share all the information she had found for their trip on the internet, so other people with disabilities, and their carers …