Colorado is an adventure state, and it leads the country in accessible outdoor activities. Access Anything: Colorado will guide people with disabilities and their travel partners to some of the best places Colorado has to offer. Includes general travel tips and addresses the needs of travelers young to old, paraplegic to quadriplegic, in both manual and power chairs. From the most mobile to the least active person, this book will help readers decide where they can go and what they can do once they get there. Remember: The world is your oyster!
• Today there are 55 million people living with disabilities, 10 million people with motion-challenged disabilities in wheelchairs, and 11,000 spinal chord injuries per year; 20 million disabled travelers book vacations in Colorado • All of the places mentioned in this book have been road-tested by the author, an avid wheelchair traveler, and his partner • Resources provided
About the Author
Craig P. Kennedy and Andrea C. Jehn are lifelong outdoor enthusiasts with voracious appetites for travel and recreation. After college, a skiing accident left Craig paralyzed. Making a critical decision to live life to its fullest, he decided to take advantage of his new situation and make a difference in the lives of millions of people with disabilities. Today Craig and Andrea combine their love for the outdoors and need to travel with an eagerness to help people realize their full potential. They live in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Published by Fulcrum Publishing on 20-07-2005 in Golden, CO
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