Private and Public Policy Reviews for the Disabled

The First to Go (Revised)

Selling coffee is an awful excuse for blocking disabled parking.

It’s Their World Too

As a skills trainer and behavior support specialist for developmentally disabled adults, I often find myself in the community and in the company of people whose behavior is often outside the realm of what other people find comfortable. In many situations, the reactions of my customers are often overstated by social norms and draw the […]

Home of the $12.99 Soda

As we waited in a long line to the front, I asked the person directing traffic if there were spots reserved for disabled people. She didn’t know. I asked the person taking my money. He didn’t know. I asked the person along the route to the parking area. He didn’t know.

Milo McIver State Park Campground

Milo McIver State Park in Oregon is a popular recreation area near the town of Estacada. The park lies along a sizeable stretch of the Clackamas River and is one of the most beautiful parks you’ll ever see. More than merely beautiful, there are diverse things to do and enjoy at the park. It boasts […]

L. L. “Stub” Stewart State Park

What most people outside of Oregon think when they think of Oregon is lush green evergreen forests filled with bears, cougars, and old recluses living in log cabins. It’s partially true. Oregon geography is a lot more diverse than that.┬áDisabled people who want a taste of the beauty without some┬áthe barriers should come to L. […]