Traveling Like Everybody Else:
A Practical Guide for Disabled Travelers

The authors explain how to go anywhere, in spite of disabilities. They provide a philosophy of living, as well as important information about countries, food, temperatures, and facilities. This guide explains how to plan a trip, either national or international, covering air, bus and train. They advise travelers on eating, shopping, sighteeing. The book particularly assists in problems related to disabilities -- access, toileting, adjusting insulin, what to do if disaster strikes.
Susan Gersten is a teacher who has traveled the world in a wheelchair.
Jacqueline Freedman is a writer and school board representative for the New York State school system.
Adama Books, 1987.
6 chapters, 175 pg.


Return to disAbled Student Services Resources