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April 13th Workshop #1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Helena Kesch
28:34
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1ZRE3DvP6Lp-OsGYP4XIUvdQdfvzqV1oVwlfbhfQTQic/viewer?f=0
Sandy Derlacki
31:27
yes, view only
Matthew Howard
31:31
I have view only also
Sandy Derlacki
31:48
hit F5 to refresh
Helena Kesch
32:37
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1ZRE3DvP6Lp-OsGYP4XIUvdQdfvzqV1oVwlfbhfQTQic/viewer?f=0
Cara Frank (she/her)
35:23
Cara Frank here, profoundly deaf and I enjoy skiing and climbing with a good group
MARLENE MASSEY
36:29
I'm having trouble.
Vaughn Brown
41:57
That will work, email the slides when you can. :)
Ashlee
43:53
Where are the slides?
Georgena Moran
44:30
Not seeing the slides.
Sonja B.
44:31
Is it possible you can share photos thru zoom
Sandy Derlacki
44:32
If you can see the jamboard, click on the right arrow at top center.
Sonja B.
45:23
No
Sonja B.
45:43
Sure
Helena Kesch
45:54
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10PG190Giqv4xcRLxI4HOPOwRAnUsgb6YX7TJeCvT2eU/edit?usp=sharing
Ashley S. (she/her) - Empowering Access
45:54
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10PG190Giqv4xcRLxI4HOPOwRAnUsgb6YX7TJeCvT2eU/edit?usp=sharing
Sandy Derlacki
49:27
This is Sandy's husband Dave listening. Sandy has MS and walking is a big problem. Soft surfaces like sand do not work for her - it's a barrier. Any surface needs to be smooth to be walkable (ie, no root humps in a paved path).
Grant Miller
50:52
Image #1 Description: Metal grated boardwalk over marshland with raised 4x4 wood edge guard. Tall grass growing through grates for a very immersive feel. Leads to larger stopping area then turns to stairs to access single track natural trail.
Grant Miller
50:59
Image #2 Description: Flat wooden bridge in lush forest. Width is single file for wheelchair use, connecting trail appears to be same width and slightly uphill. Railing is 2x4 wood panels with edge guard at bottom.
Grant Miller
51:04
Image #3 Description: Paved path with children riding bikes towards arched wooden bridge in lush forest. 2x4 railing along path and bridge.
Grant Miller
51:09
Image #4 Description: Natural surface trailhead with slope leading from map kiosk and garbage to single track trail. Fence visible down trail maintaining width.
Jake Koch
52:38
The reduction in use of expanded metal surfaces. These designs make it very difficult for guide and service dogs to traverse, and increases the risk of injury to the dog.
MARLENE MASSEY
59:24
Marlene here. I agree with many things already said, but even though I like the wooden bridge best, when it starts breaking down, my wheelchair wheels get stuck.
Jake Koch
01:12:16
Longer ramps to docks, less expanded metal surfaces, notched bullworks on docks instead of cleats (easier to locate when tying up a boat), and better maintained trails to beaches and water.
Grant Miller
01:20:41
Audio described recorded descriptions of trails and paths as well perhaps
Grant Miller
01:20:50
And viewpoints
Iris Benson - (she/her) OPRD
01:28:01
Ft Stevens
Sandy Derlacki
01:38:15
Booking is handled by ReserveAmerica - I don't know how much control or influence OPRD has over their website.
Waddah Sofan
01:57:41
Sorry I have to leave. Time to break my fast; itโ€™s Ramadan :)
Iris Benson - (she/her) OPRD
01:58:46
Thank you Waddah.
Helena Kesch
01:59:52
Thank you Waddah!
Sandy Derlacki
01:59:53
Talk to ViewPrint in Corvallis. The owner is blind, they make braille printers and braille fonts for Microsoft. They have have leads on braille maps, etc.
Iris Benson - (she/her) OPRD
01:59:54
We can think about them in the contracting process
Helena Kesch
02:00:17
Thank you Sandy! Great resource!
Sandy Derlacki
02:01:42
Correction.... ViewPlus in Corvallis
Sandy Derlacki
02:02:06
https://viewplus.com/about/
Martha Perantoni
02:03:25
Thank you for making this possible again!
Georgena Moran
02:03:26
Portland Independent Living Resources also does braille services.
Helena Kesch
02:03:42
Thank you for attending Martha!
Helena Kesch
02:03:49
Thanks Georgena! Great resource
Ashley S. (she/her) - Empowering Access
02:04:36
TakeAhike@EmpoweringAccess.com
Georgena Moran
02:06:38
Accesstrails.org profiles 36 parks and trails in the Portland-Vancouver Region
Georgena Moran
02:14:38
I agree Grant! I would like to talk more about this!
Helena Kesch
02:17:08
Thank you Grant for your comments and inclusivity. Also, Martha I appreciate your research. This is very important and we want to continue this discussion.
Sandy Derlacki
02:25:23
Thank you Ashley, Iris & Helena!
Martha Perantoni
02:25:55
Happy Spring...eventually!
Georgena Moran
02:26:04
Great, Grant! Thanks for all you said!
Iris Benson - (she/her) OPRD
02:26:50
Thank you!
Georgena Moran
02:27:33
Thanks Ron!
Cara Frank (she/her)
02:27:52
Thanks all! ๐Ÿ™Œ