Group Looks for Suggestions to Help Disabled
A citizen Americans with Disabilities Act group is hosting an informal talk on Saturday about how better to serve Dunedin's disabled. Free dessert and interpretive services for the hearing impaired are included.
A committee that advises the city on accessibility issues for Dunedin's disabled wants to hear how it can help make life easier.
This group helped improve accessibility at the Post Office on County Road 1 a few years ago, said Joan McHale, committee member, and it is hoping to gain insight for making Dunedin's programs, services and buildings more accessible for people with disabilities.
What to expect if you go?
- Rich La Belle, executive director of locally-based Family Network on Disabilities, will discuss services in Dunedin, McHale said.
- Greg Rice will explain his role as the city ADA coordinator.
- Tom Burke, city engineer, will share recent projects and accomplishments related to ADA accessibility.
The meeting will then open to audience questions, comments and suggestions.
Interpretive services have been arranged for the hearing impaired.
Free dessert is included.