Special Needs Transportation

New edition of special-needs transportation manual available

Posted on January 4, 2010

ALBANY, N.Y. — The fourth edition of Transporting Children with Disabilities is available through the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT), courtesy of the NAPT Foundation.

In the foreword, NAPT President Linda Bluth writes that the manual includes resources to assist pupil transporters in meeting “the diverse specialized needs of children with a variety of disabilities receiving daily transportation to and from school.”

Transporting Children with Disabilities is specifically designed to serve as the curriculum and instruction manual for the NAPT special-needs certification course titled “Special Needs Transportation SNT #101.”

The price of the manual is $14.99 plus shipping for NAPT members or $24.99 plus shipping for non-members.

For more information, or for those interested in ordering in bulk, contact Lynn Martin at [email protected] or (800) 989-NAPT (6278).

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