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Entre-vous to Adulthood
Entre-vous to adulthood

After my degree, I went to the United States for a short visit in 1988. It was a great learning experience for me. One of the places I visited was Berkeley.

When visiting the University town of Berkeley, I was pleasantly surprised to find it teeming with electric wheelchairs; in fact, these wheelchairs were the order of the day. Wheelchairs had the right of way. The traffic came to a halt just to let them cross the road. The accessibility was splendid. All the pavements were ramped and the curbs rounded, making it a very disabled-friendly place. A wheelchair could hop on and off with ease. Every place was accessible, be it a library, museum, restaurant, shop, school, public toilet or ...

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