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Recreation Access: Research to Practice

Original Broadcast Date: June 20, 2002

 

This webcast is a collaborative program of the National Center on Accessibility and the National Center on Physical Activity and Disability.

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Part I: Introduction & NCA Customers
Introduction of Program & Guests Panelists by Jennifer Skulski. About the National Center on Accessibility with Gary Robb, Executive Director

Part II: NSRE
Participation of People with Disabilities in the National Survey of Recreation and the Environment with Dr. Bryan McCormick, Assistant Professor at Indiana University

Part III: Trails
Trail Surface Research, Gary Robb

Part IV: Picnic Elements
Functional Aspects of Accessible Picnic Elements, Susan Ostby, Accessibility Specialist - NCA

Part V: Swimming Pools & Beaches
Swimming Pools: Considerations for Physical Access and Temporary Surfaces for Beach Access, Dr. Edward J. Hamilton, President & CEO Virginia Easter Seals

Part VI: Golf
Golf Research: For the Good of the Game, Gary Robb

Part VII: Visitors
Perceptions and Expectations of Visitors with Disabilities, Dr. Rachel Chen, Assistant Proffessor at the University of Tennessee

Part VIII: New Research
Preview of Current Research Projects: Playgrounds & Ticket Policies, Jennifer Skulski

Part IX: Q & A
Question and answer session with Panel and Closing Comments

Questions?
Contact the National Center on Accessibility at nca@indiana.edu or (812)856-4422 (voice), (812)856-4421 (tty).

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