A Wheelchair Rider's Guide: San Francisco Bay and the Nearby Coast, by Bonnie Lewkowicz.
A guide to more than a hundred beautiful and interesting sites along the California coast and on San Francisco Bay between Point Reyes and Santa Cruz, that are accessible to wheelchair riders and others with limited mobility.
About the author: Bonnie Lewkowicz has worked in the field of accessible recreation and travel for more than 30 years. After a spinal cord injury, her personal experience with the lack of recreational opportunities for wheelchair riders motivated her to pursue a career in recreation therapy. She is founder and director of Access Northern California, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing adventure opportunities for people with physical disabilities. In addition to writing A Wheelchair Rider's Guide: San Francisco Bay and the Nearby Coast, her travel articles have appeared in Emerging Horizons, Bay Nature, the Sierra Club newsletter, and other publications. As someone who likes to push boundaries, she is also a cofounder of AXIS Dance Company, an acclaimed and innovative professional dance company of dancers with and without disabilities.
Paperback. Condition: Like new. Published by the California Coastal Conservancy, 2006. This item comes from a smoke-free, fragrance-free, pet-free environment.
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