6 edition of Access for the handicapped found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Peter S. Hopf and John A. Raeber.|
|Contributions||Raeber, John A.|
|LC Classifications||KF5709.3.H35 Z954 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 701 p. :|
|Number of Pages||701|
|LC Control Number||83010650|
Walt Disney World theme parks provide numerous accommodations for Guests with disabilities, including our Disability Access Service. The Disability Access Service allows Guests with disabilities—as well as an allotted number of people from his or her party—to schedule a return time at a specific attraction that is comparable to the wait time when they first arrive at that attraction. Staff will be available throughout your cruise to see to your needs. Norwegian Cruise Line has Access Officers who will be the primary go to person for all of your needs. Norwegian Cruise Line also has a centralized internal corporate resolution staff to assist the Access Officer, available by .
Disability is rarely considered a social issue. Scholars tend to discuss it in the abstract; medical personnel view it as a health issue; and legal concerns for the disabled focus on how to advocate or protect organizations against demands for accommodation. As a result, disabled individuals are seen as bits and pieces of everyone's constituency but their s: 1. London Theatre Disabled Access London’s West End is home to some of the oldest theatres in the world, which showcase a stunning array of architecture from baroque to art deco. However, a drawback of having venues that can be up to years old is that disabled access options are often very limited.
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