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Hawaii Traveller Tips resource for visitors with disabilities

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DCAB UPDATES “HAWAI‘I TRAVELER TIPS” A RESOURCE FOR VISITORS WHO HAVE DISABILITIES OR HEALTH CONDITIONS

HONOLULU – The state’s Disability and Communication Access Board (DCAB) has updated its “Hawai‘i Traveler Tips” informational guide for the islands of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i, Kaua‘i, Maui, and Moloka‘i. The guide contains extensive information on resources for visitors to the islands who have disabilities or health conditions.

Traveler tips include general accessibility information about our airports, options for obtaining accessible transportation, a listing of home medical supply companies, and other support service resources. Contact information for the Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture for information on requirements for allowing guide dogs and service animals to enter Hawai‘i without quarantine is also included.

The “Hawai‘i Traveler Tips” is an invaluable resource and can be downloaded from the DCAB website at www.hawaii.gov/health/dcab by selecting “Visitor Information” on the left navigation bar. The guide may also be obtained by mail by contacting Judy Paik at the Disability and Communication Access Board at phone 808-586-8121 (V/TTY) or by e-mail at judy.paik@doh.hawaii.gov.

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