If a trip to Tempe, Arizona is in your future, then check out the new on-line version of the Tempe Access guide at www.tempecvb.com/Access.asp. Not only does it contain lots of great access information for visitors, but it also has a good chunk of information about programs and services available to disabled students at Arizona State University.
I really love the lodging section as you can tell at a glance which hotels have roll-in showers, and the lodging chart includes helpful comments such as ?no hand-held showerhead?. The guide also includes lots of good resources for accessible transportation; from where to park high profile vehicles at the airport to where you can rent a lift-equipped van. Basically, if you have any questions about access in Tempe, they are answered in this guide.
I?m thrilled to see more and more cities develop access guides. They really are a great resource.