It is always fun when I get a book done for another country! I’m really pleased to announce India has another book! Anyone want to translate??!
Every time I go on a trip I try to get at least one Ability Guidebook out of it. In September I had the honor to speak on a panel for ECRA-The Education Civil Rights Alliance. I’m proud to be one of their Fellowship of Leading Educators who are fighting for social justice. My hotel was just off of Dupont Circle so I will have several books coming out for that neighborhood in the coming weeks!
I’m thrilled to announce the newest Ability Guidebook! This one is for The District Six Museum in Cape Town!
Walter Sisulu Square is one of the most important spots in recent South African History. I am pleased to announce that there is now an Ability Guidebook to help autistic people visit this important place in the history of apartheid and civil rights.
I’m really thrilled that Johannesburg has their first Ability Guidebook! This free online support will help autistic people and people with travel anxiety go to the Nelson Mandela House!
If I had my wish, every museum in the world would have an Ability Guidebook. I’m pleased to say that the South African National Gallery of Art now has a book!
People with autism in Wellington now have a free support to help visit the Wellington Botanic Garden!
I am thrilled to share that Constantine, Algeria has its first Ability Guidebook for the Monument Aux Morts! This beautiful memorial sits high on a cliff above the city and is known for its amazing view.
Iceland is country #33!! This is a guide to visit the amazing Hallgrímskirkja in Reykjavik. Ability Guidebooks are step-by-step guides on how to visit cultural destinations around the world. These free supports for people with autism can help deal with the anxiety that comes from transitions and new things!
The incredible Lençóis Maranhenses National park is the first Ability Guidebook for Brazil! Every person should get to visit these amazing dune lakes!