Despite the recent increased interest in women's health, little has been written about and for disabled women. This outstanding new source meets a genuine need by providing an overview of all aspects of women's lives and how disability affects them as workers, homemakers, parents, and caregivers. Necessities such as driving, obtaining adequate medical care, enjoying recreation and travel, as well as personal concerns related to sexuality, pregnancy, and childbirth are all addressed. The guide covers federal laws, housing, coping with daily activities at home and in the workplace and the most common conditions that disable women: arthritis, diabetes, epilepsy, lupus, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, and spinal cord injury. Each chapter contains a bibliography or sources cited in the text, a referral list of organizations, and a resource list of books, audio- and videotapes, and vendors of assistive devices. Quotes from disabled women illustrate their coping skills and the impact of their conditions on their lives. Gale's Ency-clopedia of Health Information Sources (1993. 2d ed.) and Medical and Health Information Directory (1992. 6th ed.) are more comprehensive, but they are not geared specifically to women's needs. Although the citations in this work lack dates and ISBN/ISSNs and some out-of-print items are included (and are designated as such), this excellent, empowering resource belongs in all collections.-Barbara M. Bibel, Oakland P.L., Cal.