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Travel for the Disabled: A Handbook of Travel Resources and 500 World Wide Access Guides Paperback – January 1, 1985
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This is similar to Louise Weiss's Access to the World ( LJ 6/1/83) in that it serves as a guide, referring readers to other resources. The book is printed in large type and on heavy stock. Lists of medical assistance services, books, magazines, clubs, agencies, transportation, and accommodations serving disabled travelers are arranged alphabetically by state or country. Hecker, a nurse, has provided concise, helpful information. However, most libraries will find Frances Barish's Frommer's A Guide for the Disabled Traveler ( LJ 8/84) more useful, since it does not direct readers to other sources. Libraries with extensive audiences of disabled may want to purchase. Carolyn I. Alexander, USACDEC Technical Information Ctr., Fort Ord., Cal.
Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc.