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March 21st Listening Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Scout (he/him)
02:04
your doing a wonderful job!
Vaughn Brown
03:15
I enjoy smelling the forest.
Nancy Berge
03:24
I live in Eugene or and go to the beach
Helena Kesch
03:30
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1CMUxAuHoev4u25cs-2LrIDLdbZ97CE6bK4-BsEB_kbg/edit?usp=sharing
Martha Perantoni
03:47
Gladstone, new to the area but have lots of familiarity with other areas of the country and issues across the board.
Vaughn Brown
04:05
I live in Vancouver, WA, metro Portland... And I enjoy getting out of the city.
Katie Ciancetta
04:43
I heard they have a beach wheelchair now
Helena Kesch
05:30
Yes there is a beach wheelchair at Beverly Beach
Vaughn Brown
05:37
Smelling the forest.
Helena Kesch
05:40
2 of them. Just need to reserve
Medina Branzelle
06:32
I live in Aumsville OR 12 miles SE of Salem. Enjoy wave watching, crashing waves, enjoy smells of natural environment. Of course animal kingdom...
Medina Branzelle
07:33
I enjoy a small lake in my backyard.
MARLENE MASSEY
09:33
I live in Corvallis and love the coast and Silver Creek Falls
Helena Kesch
10:24
Website with more information about this specific project:
Helena Kesch
10:25
https://www.oregon.gov/oprd/AO/Pages/AU-accessibility-standards.aspx
Ashley S. (she/her) - Empowering Access
13:11
TakeAhike@EmpoweringAccess.com
Ashley S. (she/her) - Empowering Access
13:13
Iris.BENSON@oprd.oregon.gov
Vaughn Brown
14:25
Do you have a person with a low vision on the team?
Matthew Howard
24:29
oregonsci.org matt@oregonsci.org Please feel free to reach out
Martha Perantoni
25:48
I think the overall goal is that we not be the exception.
Nancy Berge
25:54
Universal design for parks
Waddah Sofan
27:21
Fb page https://www.facebook.com/groups/OregonSCI
Martha Perantoni
28:46
Can voluntteers become docents?
Waddah Sofan
30:23
What do you mean Martha by docents
E R
30:40
can someone post the Jamboard again, please?
Helena Kesch
30:56
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1CMUxAuHoev4u25cs-2LrIDLdbZ97CE6bK4-BsEB_kbg/edit?usp=sharing
Martha Perantoni
31:12
People who know the terrain and can act as hosts at trailheads, offering useful information regarding the region.
Martha Perantoni
33:50
Here's what Boulder County, Colorado has provided: https://assets.bouldercounty.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/accessible-trails-and-natural-sites-guide.pdf
Vaughn Brown
34:48
Not a bad idea to compare what other states has done with their parks.
Mika Barrett
34:49
Yes, love that Waddah.
Nancy Berge
34:54
Yes
Carl Burnett
39:19
I'd be OK to continue
Vaughn Brown
39:33
I can keep going.
Martha Perantoni
39:35
I'm okay to continue!
Martha Perantoni
51:28
Seems education and availability of information is key.
Nancy Berge
51:40
The oil slick
Nancy Berge
53:13
Nancy
Vaughn Brown
53:16
My experience of fishing has shown me that some docks hs a gap between the ramp and the flat portion. Unless I have a cane or dog I do not know about these surprises and it can be a cause for injury.\
Georgena Moran
55:53
Information sharing guidelines for trail agency websites: Guidelines for Providing Trail Information to People with Disabilities. Access this from www.accessrecreation.org
Vaughn Brown
01:08:16
Yes. Agreed!
Vaughn Brown
01:09:03
The park ranger can report it or even an honor system where a hiker reports it to a park employee.
West Livaudais
01:09:32
Has anyone said anything about access to Oregon beaches?
Vaughn Brown
01:09:36
Facebook is a good idea.
Helena Kesch
01:09:50
Hi West. Yes, a lot of comments on Oregon beach access
Helena Kesch
01:09:54
But feel free to add
Vaughn Brown
01:11:29
It was nice meeting you all. I am going to sign off for the night. I hope to join for the nex meetings. Ashley, I'll be in touch to provide ways of getting low vision people involved. Good night everyone.
Ashley S. (she/her) - Empowering Access
01:11:53
Thanks for coming Vaughn!!!
Martha Perantoni
01:11:55
Thank you, Vaughn!
Helena Kesch
01:12:11
Thank you Vaughn
Helena Kesch
01:20:50
https://stateparks.oregon.gov/index.cfm?do=visit.dob-form
Helena Kesch
01:21:15
https://geo.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=9c3b114bc79a49bbaa4555a1c14c24e2
Carl Burnett
01:25:13
https://www.mobi-mat-chair-beach-access-dms.com/
Katie Ciancetta
01:26:57
Beach wheelchairs that I know of: Seaside, Manzanita, Pacific City, Lincoln City - all free but you have to reserve them.
Helena Kesch
01:29:09
Beverly Beach State Park phone number Call park: 541-265-9278
Helena Kesch
01:29:36
Call to reserve beach wheelchair and to ask if mobi-mat is rolled out and available for use
MARLENE MASSEY
01:30:24
What about those of us who can't drive due to disability? Is my only option to wait until my caregiver can take me?
Nancy Berge
01:31:39
Great ideas
Tim Shearer
01:31:52
please email links to ll...
Martha Perantoni
01:32:23
This has been phenomenal - thank you!
Katie Ciancetta
01:32:57
Please be careful driving on the beach - I have seen MANY people stuck on the beach and then they need a tow truck!
Helena Kesch
01:34:58
Katie is correct
Carl Burnett
01:37:29
Another resource that's too good not to share: https://www.adventureguru.org/adventure/ Check out the "Accessible" filter! (They are based in Bend so lots of good coverage of the PNW.)
Helena Kesch
01:43:49
Helena Kesch, ADA Coordinator/Tribal Relations Coordinator my email: Helena.Kesch@oprd.oregon.gov
Nancy Berge
01:46:33
This is great
Mika Barrett
01:47:16
Thank you, Ashley and Parks!
Katie Ciancetta
01:47:23
❤️
Helena Kesch
01:47:24
Thank you all!
Carl Burnett
01:47:28
Thanks Ashley!