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There is Room at the Inn

Written by Candy B. Harrington
Published by Demos Medical Publishing

MSAA Book #274

Individuals with mobility issues who plan to visit an inn or bed & breakfast (B&B) will surely want to consult this excellent reference on accessible places to stay. In addition to providing detailed reviews of 117 properties in 40 states, this book also includes photos of many of the inns and rooms, as well as suggestions for accessible sightseeing in the surrounding areas. Featured lodging choices range from quaint B&Bs to mountain retreats, a dude ranch, and even two safari parks.

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Phone in the Fridge

Written by Lorna J. Moorhead
Published by Pathfinder Publishing Inc.

MSAA Book #44

Subtitled "Five Years with Multiple Sclerosis," Lorna Moorhead writes about her experiences since her diagnosis – using a humorous, honest, and optimistic approach. The author talks about many of the issues involved with MS, such as the struggle for a diagnosis, dealing with symptoms, taking medications, trying alternative treatments, and her often-amusing interactions with friends and family.

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Multiple Sclerosis for Dummies

Written by Rosalind Kalb, PhD, Nancy Holland, EdD, RN, and Barbaba Giesser, MD
Published by Wiley Publishing, Inc.

MSAA Book #127

This huge reference is part of the "For Dummies" book series, which gears information for "beginners." Multiple Sclerosis for Dummies presents a wealth of MS facts and advice in an easy-to-read format, often using bullets, checkmarks, and icons. It covers a host of topics, from diagnosis and symptom management, to staying healthy and planning for a future with MS.

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