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How to Travel, A Guidebook for Persons a Disability

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Fred Rosen’s classic guidebook encouraging and enabling travel with a disability,
,

Although dated, it still is invaluable for lists of things to consider and prepare before undertaking

Fred Rosen’s classic guidebook encouraging and enabling travel with a disability,
,

Although dated, it still is invaluable for lists of things to consider and prepare before undertaking a trip,
If you have worried about getting out and seeing the world, this is the book to consult and keep as a reference,

Fred Rosen
was born 1926 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada,
He and his wife, Gertrude, are the parents of a son, Robert, who has been diagnosed as having Down’s Syn-drome,
Fred has been active in helping persons with disabilities, serving on various boards and committees for over thirty years,

*As a Board Member and as Chairman of the Legal Guardianship Committee of the Missouri Association for Retarded Citizens,

*As a Board Member and on the Recreation Committee of the St,
Louis Association for Retarded Citizens for twenty-seven years,

*As a Board Member of the Kirkwood Disabled Advisory and Awareness Commission, City of Kirkwood, Missouri, from 1984 to 1991,

*As an Assistant Scoutmaster for a troop of mentally retarded Boy Scouts, St,
Louis Special School District,

After retiring from the wholesale shoe business in 1991, Fred decided to be-come a travel agent with the goal of developing a travel program for persons with disabilities,
He earned an Associate Degree in Tourism from Forest Park Community College in 1993 and worked with Hausler Travel Associ-ates as a travel consultant before starting his own travel consulting company, Accessible Travel, In January, 1998
Fred was a contributing editor for The Independence, Saint Charles, Mis-souri, a newspaper for persons with a disability, and contributed articles to The Montage, the campus newspaper of Meramec Community College,

Fred also wrote HOW TO TRAVEL Guidebooks for travel in specific areas such as Great Britain and Ireland, Canada, and others,

It is Fred’s hope that some day travel will be fully accessible for everyone and that this guidebook will help persons with a disability to enjoy every facet of life including vacationing and travel

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