Interpretation for disabled visitors in the national park system
David C. Park, Wendy Ross, United States. National Park Service. Special Programs and Populations Branch, W. Kay Ellis
National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1984 - National parks and reserves - 107 pages
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Accessibility for Disabled accessible locations activities allow approach assistance audio audio-visual programs barriers benefit blind or visually blind person braille cassette closed captioning closed-caption cost crutches CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT curb decoder developed disabled visitors exhibits facilities and programs film FM Broadcast guide dog guidelines hearing aid hearing impaired persons hearing impaired visitors identify impaired individuals induction loop information provided interpretive programs interpretive staff learning disabled persons level of accessibility materials mental retardation method million mobility impaired modifications National Park Service needs number of disabled open captioning park experience park interpretive park resources park staff park visitor participants percent Personal Services persons with mental physically accessible problems Program Access programs and services projector require Review Section 504 self-guiding sign language interpreters signal slides Symbol tour route trail video cassette recorder video tape visually impaired persons visually impaired visitors walking wheel wheelchair