The Inclusive Recreation Resource Center features people or places that are doing great things for recreation inclusion and access.
Kerry Wiley shares her "walk" - her experiences wtih spastic cerebral palsy, disability and inclusion in her blog called "Wiley's Walk." Kerry has dedicated her professional career to advocating for inclusion and quality of life for people with disabilities, for many years with the NYS Developmental Disabilities Council, and most recently, with the NYS Department of Labor.
Scott Rector is the chief of interpretation and accessibility point of contact at the Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites.
Accessible Gingerbread House
Over the holidays, Katie created an accessible gingerbread house!
As former Universal Access Coordinator for the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC), Carole’s work as an advocate, educator and mentor helped to make the natural environment accessible throughout the state of New York. Congratulations to Carole on her retirement. And welcome to Leah Akin as the new Universal Access Coordinator for NYS DEC.
The Silver Scorpion
The Silver Scorpion is the first ever cross-cultural superhero with a disability!