Accessibility to Floating Docks - ADA Compliance
Access Management Course Held in Denver
NCA Training Hosts Professionals from Around the U.S.
More than 40 professionals gathered in Denver last week for the National Center on Accessibility training course Accessibility Management in Parks and Recreation. This course is specially designed to give accessibility coordinators a broad perspective and foundation for implementing an accessibility management program.
NCA instructors included Accessibility Specialists Michelle Cook and Alice Voigt; NCA Director of Education, Ray Bloomer; and NCA Executive Director Dr. Sherril York. Stuart McDonald, American Trails, made a guest presentation on use of other power driven mobility devices on recreation lands.
Participants had rave reviews for the course curriculum and instructors. Said one participant, "The field visits were eye-opening. We just renovated a historic house and if I knew then what I know now, we definitely would have done some things differently."
The next Accessibility Management course is tentatively scheduled for early summer 2013. Check out more photos from the training on our NCA facebook page.
Please visit the National Center on Accessibility web site for more information.
EZ Launch ADA
Constructed of polyethylene, EZ Dock security curbing provides a safe border around dock edges for wheelchairs. The dark brown color provides a matching contrast for easy visibility for your dock. Secures to dock using standard cleat receivers.
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