Accessible Trails Webinar

On Wednesday, September 25 at 6:30 pm, Hike Nova Scotia will present an Accessible Trails webinar geared for trail managers. Chloe MacDonald will provide a brief overview of disability and take a deep dive into best practices for how to make the natural world as accessible and inclusive as possible. It will include planning and evaluation basics that will provide a foundation for improving trails across Nova Scotia.

If you haven’t completed it already, please consider taking this Accessibility and Trails Needs Assessment survey. It will give us more direction on what you want to learn about this topic and help us tailor the webinar.

With a passion for recreation and inclusion, Chloe MacDonald has found her niche working as a Recreational Therapist and Accessibility Professional. As a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, she uses recreation, leisure, and play as treatment modalities to support purposeful and meaningful interventions that are based on individual strengths and values. Chloe is a Designated Professional with the Rick Hansen Foundation, and Owner of AccessiBUILD. She provides accessibility education, consultation, and assessment of the built environment in all of the places we live, work, learn, play, and heal. She believes that accessible recreation is not only a human right, but something that contributes significantly to the health and prosperity of communities. Her goal is to be a driving force in building capacity and support creating communities where everyone can thrive!

As part of the Trail Builders Network, this event is supported by the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage.

Cost & Registration
This online event is free. Registration is required in advance.

September 25, 6:30 pm - Register Here

After registration you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the webinar. It is your responsibility to confirm you have received the confirmation email. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam filter. If it is not there, contact Hike NS and do so at least two hours before the webinar.

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