Berlin now has two Ability Guidebooks with more on the way!
Here is the first Ability Guidebook for Germany! I hope it is just the first of many!
This is the first book for France! It is awesome to add a new country! I’ve been thinking I’ve been neglecting my own country. I’m going to challenge myself to make an Ability Guidebook for every state in the the US! I know that is a lot, and it will take years, but photo sharing is allowing me to make books for places where I don’t have current pictures. This book, for instance, is made from all Wikimedia Commons pictures. I have been to the Arc and have my own pictures, but they are glued in albums and taken in 1987 or 1990. Wikimedia is making all the difference!
I spent a wonderful summer in San Sebastian (or Donostia) during my younger days. The Playa de la Concha is one of the most lovely beaches you could ever hope to visit. I hope this book helps some people get down to the water and put in their toes!
The Kelpies are pretty new but in their first year over one million people visited the statues! This Ability Guidebook will help people with autism visit these amazing horses!
Amsterdam is one of my favorite cities in the whole world. I hope this support for people in Amsterdam with autism will help broaden their world. Dam Square is the historical heart of Amsterdam and a place rich with history.
This book will help people with autism visit one of Japan’s most popular cultural destinations, The Great Buddha! I sure hope I can find someone to translate it into Japanese!
There are now Ability Guidebooks for 15 countries! FIFTEEN!!! This project has come a long way since I started making these for my own classroom field trips.
I’m thrilled to offer the people of Copenhagen this support for people with autism!
In the afternoons in Bangkok people flock to Sanam Luang to fly kites. It is the most amazing sight–hundreds of kites looping and soaring around each other. It doesn’t hurt that the backdrop to the acrobatic kites is the Thai Royal Palace.
This is my first Guidebook for Asia and I am thrilled it is for a country I have visited so many times and love so dearly. I have visited many schools in Thailand and I hope my teacher friends there can make good use of this book!
With love to the land of smiles!
The Taste of Chicago is one of those yearly special events that can be a bit overwhelming for some people with autism. This Ability Guidebook is a step-by-step set of instructions to teach people how to attend The Taste of Chicago.