In June, Library Journal named ACCESS North Carolina: A Vacation and Travel Guide for People with Disabilities as one of the noteworthy government information resources for 2012.
A DHHS publication compiled by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, ACCESS North Carolina uses a mix of text and icons to provide accessibility information about tourist sites across the state to help people with disabilities and their families and travel companions plan trips.
You may view the Library Journal entry at: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2013/06/publishing/notable-government-documents-of-2012/# .
Anyone can obtain a free printed or CD copy of ACCESS North Carolina by calling 1-800-VISITNC (1-800-847-4862) or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
People may also view it on-line at www.ncdhhs.gov/dvrs/pdf/ACCESS-NC.pdf.
A text version for people with vision loss who use screen readers is available on CD and on-line at: www.ncdhhs.gov/dvrs/pdf/ACCESS-NC.txt.
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