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National Center on Accessibility
A collaborative program of Indiana University and the National Park Service, the National Center on Accessibility is the nationís premiere resource promoting access for people with disabilities in recreation. Over the last decade, NCA has played a critical role in increasing awareness of inclusion of people with disabilities in parks, recreation and tourism while advancing the spirit and intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act and other disability legislation.
Through the comprehensive services of Research, Technical Assistance and Education, NCA focuses on universal design and practical accessibility solutions creating inclusive recreation opportunities for people of all abilities. NCA links the preferences and needs of people with disabilities to those of practitioners designing facilities and planning programs. Since its inception in 1992, professionals such as park superintendents, facility managers, architects and landscape architects, program coordinators, civil engineers, planners, interpreters and exhibit designers, accessibility coordinators, advocates and consumers have drawn on NCA as a valued resource.
|Organization:||National Center on Accessibility|
|Address:||501 North Morton St, Suite 109|
Bloomington, Indiana 47404
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|Phone:||(812) 856-4422, TTY: (812) 856-4421|
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