DASH Projects

Inclusive Recreation

girl in wheelchair

Fort Worden Trails Evaluation
An enthusiastic young volunteer assumes a disability in this DASH project in UGN’s 2016 Day of Caring.

~ Do not allow what you
cannot do to limit what you
can do
~

 

Young Professionals Network volunteers and family members – along with a few interested bystanders, travel the accessible beach trail with simulated disabilities in the first stage of their Fort Worden trails evaluations.

November 10th, 2016|

Jefferson Healthcare Accessibility

DASH has worked with Jefferson Healthcare to improve accessibility for many years.  In 2010 our focus turned to working systematically on the obstacles patients encountered on Sheridan Street and the Jefferson Healthcare campus before they could enter the hospital and clinics.

Lynn and Sarah come to the end of the sidewalk near the JHC Hospital

Lynn Gressley and a blindfolded Sarah Bowman leave the clinics in DASH’s 2010 Disability-for-a-Day event.

Sidewalk outside of Jefferson Healthcare Hospital in Port Townsend, WA

2016 – Sheridan Street has sidewalks leading to accessible routes into Jefferson Healthcare

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November 1st, 2016|