After two years of not gathering, due to COVID, let's spend the day together reconnecting, meeting new people and learning a few things. Register here.
Because of the pandemic, we haven’t been able to have our conference for two years. So, let's get together, reconnect, meet new people and learn a few things. Register here. A reminder, with the address, will be sent during the week before the event. A flyer with live links can be found here.
Register at: https://secure.qgiv.com/for/campritim/event/852629/
ADA Hiking Trails throughout Washington: Washington Trail Association has put together a resource that allows you to find barrier-free ADA hiking trails throughout the state. (https://www.wta.org/go-outside/seasonal-hikes/summer-destinations/ada-accessible-hikes) Rolling Washington (Wheelchair-friendly trails): Rolling Washington provides information on wheelchair-accessible trails throughout five regions of Washington. (https://rollingwashington.org/)
The Child Health program at the WA Department of Health is looking for family volunteers. Specifically from families of young children with a disability or special health care need. The ask from the Child Health program: In August, we are conducting a focus group to inform our family engagement work for the Early Childhood Comprehensive [...]
Together They Were Stronger – The Story Behind the First Ever Disability Rights Law in the United States
This short documentary celebrates the untold story of four women who mounted an all-out civil rights campaign to create a movement establishing the first-ever disability rights law in the United States, WA HB 90. Watch the documentary here.