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  • Working Like Dogs: The Service Dog Guidebook

    In Working Like Dogs: The Service Dog Guidebook, two fans of service dogs explain what they are and what it's like to have a dog that's trained to help a disabled person.

  • Barriers-free Tourism Guide, Tenerife Sur, Arona, 2007

    An access guide to Tenerife Sur, produced in 2007, covers information bureaux, facilities, transport and accommodations in three languages, Spanish, English, German. 169 pages. It is published by the Municipality of Arona. Arona has taken up the challenge to make its tourist offers available to everyone, including people with disabilities, through the Arona Integral Accessibility Plan.

  • Bangkok Recommendations on Accessible Tourism in Asia and the Pacific

    Recommendations from the Second International Conference on Accessible Tourism held November 22 - 24, 2007 at the United Nations in Bangkok, Thailand. Sixteen recommendations directed towards governments, public agencies, tourism businesses and academia seek to promote the development of inclusive tourism in the region, targetting a wide range of measures for both specialised and mainstream services.

  • Australian Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002, (revised 2005)

    The Australian Disability Discrimination Act 1992 seeks to eliminate discrimination, ‘as far as possible’, against people with disabilities. Public transport is a service covered by the Disability Discrimination Act 1992. The purpose of these Standards is to enable public transport operators and providers to remove discrimination from public transport services.

  • ‘Accessible Tourism for All’ - the Example of Blind and Visually Impaired (M.A. Thesis)

    In times of demographic change and under consideration of the fact that at present 70% of the 46 million handicapped people living in Europe would be able to travel, the importance of ‘Accessible Tourism for All’ comes clear. Therefore, it is the aim of this M.A. thesis to analyse this topic. After a short introduction, the first part deals with the experiences already made with accessible tourism in Europe by presenting certain organisations acting in this field and by giving an overview of their projects. In the second part the actual demand, the existing offer and the positive and negative effects of accessible tourism will be discussed. In the third part the specific travel behaviour of blind and visually impaired people will finally be analysed. In order to gain information on this topic, a survey was carried out among people concerned. This M.A thesis was submitted to University of Paderborn, Germany in the Faculty of Cultural Science - Geography. The thesis is in German.

  • Training needs analysis.

    For the european project EU.FOR.ME – Tourism Training for a Wider Target, the needs analysis served in planning a training action destined for trainers specialised in the topics of “tourism for all”.

  • The Diabetes Travel Guide.

    This fact sheet provides general information on confident, trouble-free travelling for people with diabetes (6 pages).

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