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Disability Express.

Disability Express is well-titled -- it's a quick read. This spiral-bound guide has two parts: the first is a directory, indexed by location, of travel services including transportation services, agents, tours, etc., and what, if any, special services they offer travelers with disabilities. Lodging, respite care and medical facilities are also described in detail. The second part -- a full 47 of the guide's 60 pages -- is a useful bibliography of resources and references for all types of information related to traveling.

Available by check for $20 from Southwest Missouri State University, Center for Leisure Studies, 901 S. National, Springfield, Missouri 65804 (417) 836-5411.
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Author:Shantz, John
Publication:Inside MS
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Mar 22, 1991
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