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Use the chat function on the right hand side.
Questions and comments are encouraged and expected!
The session is being recorded.
We will start recording now.
Kathleen Laurin, Ph.D.
University of Montana Rural Institute - MonTECH
February 17, 2011
Forest Service picked option # 3
(Adapted from North Carolina University: The Center for Universal Design http://www.design.ncsu.edu/cud/)
A project which promotes participation in wildlife-associated recreation through the use of Assistive Technology and other supports.
Increases stability and balance
Flip locks, twist locks, anti-shock
Lightweight trekking pole for balance & endurance
Becomes shooting stick with magnetic attachment
Attachment accessories for firearms & archery
Planning to produce camera attachments
Single, 12” fixed front tire
Basket to carry gear
Quickie 2 manual folding & rigid frames
Outdoor tires and impact guards
Common child & adult widths
Quick attachment /detachment for most rigid frame manual chairs
Elevates casters & becomes front wheel
Handles rough terrain
* Users asked to suggest equipment they like & will use
For questions relating to the recreation database and data sheets email:
Jillian Jurica at firstname.lastname@example.org