Making Outdoor Programs Accessible

By Kathy Ambrosini
Illustrated by Maria Jansdotter Farr

Making Outdoor Programs Accessible is a ready to use guide for outdoor professionals which explains how to develop outdoor programs that accommodate people with a variety of disabilities. This 62-page manual provides specific strategies from the award-winning NatureAccess® program and offers a host of tools to empower outdoor leaders to offer more inclusive programs for people of all ages and abilities. Click here to view a brochure on the NatureAccess® program and click here to view an excerpt from Making Outdoor Programs Accessible.

Topics include:

  • Challenges to Learning & Understanding
  • Developing Accessible Activities
  • Adaptations & Modifications
  • Assistive Strategies & Instructional Techniques
  • Creating Supportive Partnerships
  • Sensory Processing

Click here to learn more about accessibility at Mohonk Preserve.

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Banner photo by Maryalice Citera