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All buildings wheelchair accessible, as are some rides. Wheelchair rentals available for $5 per day, $10 deposit. Limited supply: call (718) 220-5188 to reserve.
Blind, visually impaired and hearing-impaired visitors may be accompanied by properly harnessed guide animals. ADA maps are available at all gates or as PDF online.

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LSNY-Bronx - Disability/Health Unit

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LSNY-Bronx, with three Bronx offices, provided legal services to the poor in diverse areas of civil practice. We provide brief advice, brief services, clinics, phone hotlines and full representation in court and at hearings. We provide legal services in the areas of disability, SSD/SSI, housing, public assistance, food stamps, Medicaid, Medicare, education, family law, health, consumer, employment/unemployment, bankruptcy, student loans and other civil litigation. To contact this group, CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT. Call (718) 928-3700 press 3 on Thursday or Friday.

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St. Joseph's School for the Deaf was founded in 1869 in Fordham, New York by the Society of the Daughter's of the Heart of Mary. Branch schools were opened soon after in Brooklyn and later in the East Bronx. The Bronx site eventually became St. Joseph's permanent home. Originally a residential school, St. Joseph's elected to become strictly a day school in the 1950's and remains open today. The unique educational program at St. Joseph's encourages the growth and development of the whole child. Particular emphasis is placed in the strengthening of communication skills in a context that nurtures each child to enable the development of strong self-concept, a love of learning and healthy personality. St. Joseph's serves deaf children from infancy to fourteen years of age in a total communication environment. Ancillary staff and consultants assist in identifying and prescribing effective educational programs to meet all the needs of our students.

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Meets on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 1:00 P.M.

Bronx VAMC
130 West Kingsbridge Road, 4th floor
Room 4A24
Bronx, New York

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For baseball fans, the atmosphere of excitement in this historic ballpark can only be experienced firsthand. If you plan on attending a home game, the Yankees provide great accomodations for fans with disabilities and their families. Check here for phone numbers, directions, and information about visiting the 26 time World Champions of baseball.

Making Yankee Stadium accessible for our guests with disabilities is an ongoing commitment. In our efforts to improve Stadium accessibility we welcome all comments and suggestions. Please direct them and any questions to:
ADA Manager
Yankee Stadium
Bronx, NY 10461

VOICE: (718) 293-4300 X4510
TTY: (718) 579-4595
FAX: (718) 992-9545

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