There?s more good news on the access front today — the fourth edition of Access San Francisco is now available. Published by Access Northern California (ANC), this free access guide includes access details on over 100 San Francisco-area attractions, restaurants and hotels; plus information on accessible transportation, local disability organizations, wheelchair rentals and medical supply dealers.
And it?s excellent.
OK I may be a little prejudiced, so in the interest of full disclosure I will also say that I?ve been on the Board of Directors of ANC since its inception. But my association with ANC also gives me a behind-the-scenes look at how the access guide is researched.
And I have to say that?s also excellent.
The best thing about the guide is that it’s not self-reporting. All properties in Access San Francisco were personally inspected by an ANC representative. Our president, Bonnie Lewkowicz is very big on that. After all, in this day and age, who is going to report that they are not accessible? Plus Bonnie has been doing this long enough to understand that seeing is believing as far as access goes.
Access San Francisco is available free from the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau at (415) 391-2000.
Get your copy today!
Additionally, access updates will be posted on the ANC website (www.accessnca.com) as they become available.