Upcoming Sessions


Inclusive Exhibition Design

Thursday, December 9, 2021

This webinar will present important issues in designing museum exhibitions to be inclusive for diverse audiences of people with a broad range of abilities and ages, from all societal groups. Topics addressed will include: inclusive physical space and furniture; effective communic...
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Best Practices for Integrated Recreation Programs

Thursday, February 10, 2022

Recreation programs offer unique opportunities for people to take risks, build skills, explore their creativity, and make friends. In this session, we will discuss the best practices for making recreation programs inclusive and accessible to individuals with a range of disabilit...
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Accessible Temporary Events

Thursday, April 14, 2022

There are many temporary events that take place every year in communities throughout the country such as street festivals, craft fairs, music events, state and county fairs, book fairs, air shows, sports tournaments, and parades. This session will focus on the application of the ...
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Fishing and Boating for a Variety of Disabilities

Thursday, June 9, 2022

Fishing and boating is a sport enjoyed throughout the year. During this prime session, learn about modified procedures and safety protocols during leisure fishing and boating as well as competitive events. There will be time for participants to ask questions of the speaker foll...
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They are called “Natural” Resources, not “Built” Resources; How do we access them?

Thursday, August 11, 2022

Learn best practices to ensure parks and outdoor areas are and remain as accessible as possible without taking away the Natural experience. Accessibility topics to be covered include prioritizing, evaluating, and maintenance planning in relation to trails, picnic areas, vault to...
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