ILRCSF hosts air travel with a disability presentation on Jan. 11

Wheelchair users seeking to travel by air are often stressed out about their experience, mostly driven by the thoughts and concerns of what will happen to their wheelchair during the flight.

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We're happy to learn that the Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco (ILRCSF) is hosting a 90-minute panel presentation on this subject on Thurs., Jan. 11th from 1-2:30 p.m. which includes multiple people with disabilities speaking about their personal experiences navigating airports and airplanes, a staff member from the ARC San Francisco, and the ADA coordinator for the San Francisco airport who will speak about what services are available.

You can attend in person at the ILRCSF (825 Howard St., San Francisco) but if you cannot make it to the office, tune in on Facebook as the presentation will be broadcasting live, and the video will also be posted on Facebook so you can watch it anytime after the event. You can find the link to the Facebook broadcast by visiting the ILRCSF Facebook page

If you have any specific questions you would like answered, post them to their Facebook page for this event or email Felicia Agrelius at felicia@ilrcsf.org.  If you have any questions about the event, need accommodations, or want more information, email Felicia Agrelius at felicia@ilrcsf.org