Accessible Connecticut (e-bok)
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Engelska
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288
Utgivningsdatum
2008-10-01
Förlag
Yale University Press
ISBN
9780300130775
Accessible Connecticut (e-bok)

Accessible Connecticut (e-bok)

A Guide to Recreation for Children with Disabilities and Their Families

E-bok (EPUB - DRM), Engelska, 2008-10-01
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This user-friendly guide helps parents of children with disabilities plan family outings in Connecticut that are stimulating and fun. Intended for youngsters who use wheelchairs or who have visual, hearing, or mental impairments, it presents places throughout the state that are easily accessible and reasonably priced and that require little or no prior planning.The entries are arranged by type of activity. They include places to see animals (zoos, aquariums, hatcheries, farms); children?s museums; museums of nature, history, science, fine arts, and special interest; places of historic interest; playgrounds; nature centers and walks; theaters and performing arts; and weekend excursions for the family. Each place or activity lists location, directions, phone numbers, web information, hours, admission fees, brief descriptions, and assessment of accessibility by type of disability. The guide is an invaluable resource, helping children with disabilities (or, for that matter, parents with disabilities) share with their families the experiences and playtime activities that are part of all happy childhood memories.
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