accessibility

AT helps Maine orchard grow

The Sun Journal recently published an article about the Pietree Farm in Sweden, Maine describing how the Maine AgrAbility project helped Stephen and Tabitha King make the farm more accessible so their daughter Naomi (who has a progressive muscular disorder) could continue to work. The article notes, “King was adamant about making the whole farm… Read more AT helps Maine orchard grow

Accessible Meetings Resource

The Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies (CCIDS) at the University of Maine and┬áSpeaking Up for Us (SUFU), Maine’s Self-Advocacy Network, have collaborated on a new free resource,┬áPlanning Accessible Meetings and Conferences: A Suggested Checklist and Guide. The checklist, a 15-page accessible PDF, is designed to help any person, group, or organization plan a… Read more Accessible Meetings Resource