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101 pages

Creative Retirement Planning

Creator: Bernard Kelly | 2016-02-16

Whether you are browsing for a particular foldable mobility scooter or just looking at mobility scooters in general, you need to consider your options. Given that we are now as a community becoming obese, it's becoming an option to fold a ...



440 pages

Barrier-free Travel, A Nuts and Bolts Guide for Wheelers and Slow-walkers: Easyread Large Edition

Creator: Candy Harrington | Travel - 2010-01-04

Additionally, remember that the onboard closet is not large enough for two wheelchairs, so if you travel with another wheeler, one wheelchair will end up in the cargo bin. Another solution is to invest in a folding power wheelchair or scooter.

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

About this book
Learn your disability laws and rights, locate the right travel agent, protect your wheelchair when you travel, and be ready for the changes in security that affect the way you maneuver through airports. All this and much more is available in Barrier-Free Travel, the definitive guide to accessible travel for those who use a wheelchair, walker, cane, or who have other mobility limitations. And, back by popular demand, is a greatly expanded section on cruises, new material on children's travel issues, and global resources. Authored by the editor of Emerging Horizons, the leading travel magazine for people with disabilities, Barrier-Free Travel contains essential logistical information - not just common-sense tips. Because of the uncertainty involved in travel, people who need access accommodations need thoughtful, reliable information, and this one-of-a-kind book delivers it in a clear and engaging way.



311 pages

The Disability Rights Movement, From Charity to Confrontation

Creator: Doris Zames Fleischer, Fleischer Doris Zames, Frieda Zames | Political Science - 2012

Not only do modern motorized and computerized wheelchairs and scooters suit the technology to the consumer, but they also ... Modular design is a significant engineering technique because modular and folding wheelchairs and scooters ...

Publisher: Temple University Press

About this book
Based on interviews with almost a hundred activists, this book provides a detailed history of the struggle for disability rights in the United States. It is a complex story of shifts in consciousness and shifts in policy, of changing focuses on particular disabilities such as blindness, deafness, polio, quadriplegia, psychiatric and developmental disabilities, chronic conditions (for example, cancer and heart disease), and AIDS, and of activism and policymaking across disabilities. Referring to the Americans with Disabilities Act as "every American''s insurance policy," the authors recount the genesis of this civil rights approach to disability, from the almost forgotten disability activism of the 1930s to the independent living movement of the 1970s to the call for disability pride of the 1990s. Like other civil rights struggles, the disability rights movement took place in the streets and in the courts as activists fought for change in the schools, the workplace, and in the legal system. They continue to fight for effective access to the necessities of everyday life -- to telephones, buses, planes, public buildings, restaurants, and toilets. The history of disability rights mirrors the history of the country. Both World Wars sparked changes in disability policy and changes in medical technology as veterans without without limbs and with other disabilities return home. The empowerment of people with disabilities has become another chapter in the struggles over identity politics that began in the 1960s. Today, with the expanding ability of people with disabilities to enter the workforce, and a growing elderly population increasingly significant at a time when HMOs are trying to contain healthcare expenditures.


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