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Title: 車いす体験から見た2,3のまちのバリアフリー調査
Other Titles: A Barrier-free Experience and Investigation in Some Towns from the Viewpoint of Wheelchair Experience
Authors: 後藤, 惠之輔 / 後藤, 健介 / 渡邉, 浩平 / 木村, 拓 / 下田, 諭志 / 亀谷, 一郎 / 小野寺, 明 / 北嶋, 清
Authors (alternative): Gotoh, Keinosuke / Gotoh, Kensuke / Watanabe, Kohei / Kimura, Taku / Shimoda, Satoshi / Kameya, Ichiro / Onodera, Akira / Kitajima, Kiyoshi
Issue Date: Jan-2000
Citation: 長崎大学工学部研究報告 Vol.30(54) p.41-48, 2000
Abstract: A citizen organization of "DansaNax-Nagasaki" was formed as a part of welfare community planning by the disabled persons, university students and the authors two years ago. In this activity the authors obtained an opportunity in which investigated the barrier-free conditions in two areas using a wheelchair and assisted a wheelchair user in a car and a hospital. The former was carried out at JR Nagasaki Station and Kunimi Town in Nagasaki Prefecture, and the latter, between Seihi Town in Nagasaki Prefecture and Kurume City in Fukuoka Prefecture. As a result of this investigation, it can be concluded that although being improved for barrier-free in facilities of Nagasaki Station, Kunimi Town and Kurume City there should yet be a lot of barriers made free. The assistance for a wheelchair user also gave the authors good experiences from which cares should be necessary for the disabled not only physically but mentally.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/5097
ISSN: 02860902
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 30, No. 54

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/5097

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