Visual Impairment and Hotels: How to Ensure Quality Service
Mar 16, 2017
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ADA Compliancy Toward Accommodating Blind & Low Vision Guests
Mar 16, 2017
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By Kathleen Pohlid, Founder and Managing Member, Pohlid, PLLC

Co-authored by Soy Williams, AIA, President, Soy Williams Consulting

Hotel establishments that do not evaluate and prepare their facilities to accommodate persons with visual disabilities are making a mistake. The number of persons with visual impairments and disabilities is likely to grow dramatically. This

The Role of Hotels in Global Healthcare
Mar 16, 2017
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As more and more patients cross borders to access healthcare services it is becoming increasingly important for hotels and other hospitality providers to understand their role in the patient’s medical tourism continuum of care.  In many countries it is common for patients to be interned a day or two at the hospital for the surgical procedure or treatment and then spend another week to ten

Becoming the Leading Medical Tourism Hotel and Resort in Costa Rica
Mar 16, 2017
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Medical Tourism in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a Central American country that is known for its beaches both on the Caribbean and Pacific coasts as well as rich biodiversity. Its capital, San Jose, hosts the major international airport and is the jumping off point for exploration of its jungles, volcanoes, rainforests, and, of course, beaches. The country’s population of approximately 5

Person First Language – Autistic, Person With Autism, Aspergian, Aspienaut?
Mar 16, 2017
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by Debra Muzikar

 

In the last couple of weeks I’ve received a couple of emails telling me when I refer to people on the autistic spectrum as autistic I’m being insensitive and politically incorrect. I should instead be using Person First Language (PFL). Yesterday I decided to do a Facebook survey. At this writing, I have over 125 responses on the thread. Who would’ve thunk

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