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Members of the Idaho Access Project were recently interviewed by Stephen Beard, founder of Accessible Housing Matters. a podcast and website devoted to the importance of housing that's accessible to people of all abilities. Click the link below to listen to the interview!
Be sure to listen to other interviews on this great podcast!
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
The Idaho Access Project is making things happen in Idaho.
This small nonprofit is has cultivated partnerships with local and state government, small businesses, transportation and land-use planners, recreation and outdoor advocates, and even working with Boise State University. The group's all-volunteer board is actively engaged in multiple committees, task forces and networks...all as part of its mission to "...eliminate physical, attitudinal, and policy barriers to ensure people with disabilities can live, work, and play in our neighborhoods and communities."
The group recently presented a session called 'Count Us In: Planning and Design for Community Health, Mobility and Safety' for the 2021 Rocky Mountain Land-Use Institute.
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Monday, June 1, 2020
I'd like watch the river for a while and be alone...
To get a sense of the experience of one wheelchair user running the Colorado—from an unintentional swim to using the camp 'groover'—see this piece featured on WheelchairTraveling.com, Rafting the Colorado with a Wheelchair, by John W. Mitchell.
|Copyright, Ridge to River|
...there is dignity in risk-taking and that it is an inherent part of living a full and robust life.