[Hidden-tech] Wheelchair accessibility questions

Duane Dale ddale at DFDassociates.com
Wed Oct 11 14:21:03 EDT 2006


You might want to try Stavros (stavros.org) of Amherst and
All-Out Adventures (alloutadventures.org) of Easthampton, phone

Probably Stavros would have more about ramps and A-O A re recreation (but
try both issues with both places).

Best wishes,
Duane Dale

On 10/11/06, Marcia Yudkin <marcia at yudkin.com> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> My niece, who is 17 and uses a wheelchair, is coming to visit me next
> month.
> I have two questions:
> 1)Does anyone know of any wheelchair-accessible nature trails or spots in
> the Valley, in addition to the DAR?
> 2)There are about five stairs to get up to the main floor of my
> house.  Any
> ideas on how to make that entrance wheelchair friendly just for a day?  Is
> it possible to rent a ramp?  Should I go out any buy some plywood?  Or
> what?
> Thanks in advance for your advice.
> Marcia Yudkin, Goshen
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Duane Dale
DFD Associates
247 Pound Road
Madison NH 03849

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