Parking Problems & Solutions

January 2007
PN;Jan2007, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports on an investigation conducted by the Mid-South chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America regarding parking problems at the VAMC Spinal Cord Injury Center in Memphis, Tennessee. It was discovered that the problem was due to lack of proper signage. The solution for this problem was to use signage identifying the specific parking spaces reserved for patients of spinal cord injuries. The chapter helped to make special arrangements for eliminating parking problems.


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