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What has SATH done so far?
We bring together national and international organizations of and for persons with disabilities and those organizations providing services to travelers with disabilities and seniors to work on the issues affecting the quality of their life.
Need to Know
In the past few weeks, several companies and organizations have asked us to compile a Top 10 “Tip” List to help the autistic travelers and accompanying caregivers.
Proper use of an approved child restraint system (CRS) on an aircraft enhances child safety in the event of an accident. A CRS also provides protection for a child during turbulence. The FAA strongly recommends that all children who fly regardless of Their age, use the appropriate restraint based on Their size and weight.
This Fact Sheet is intended to address persons with questions and concerns about the travel of persons with disabilities as it relates to airports and airlines. In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on September 11, security measures have been heightened for the safety of all. While safety and security are the highest priorities, of equal
Since the successful release last month of a visor card designed specifically for hard of hearing people, deaf people have clamored for a similar card designed specifically to meet their unique communication needs.
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