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Program Access to Historic Sites
will begin at 2 pm ET


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  • Requests for continuing education credits must be received by 12:00 PM EDT April 7, 2016

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Program Access To Historic Sites

Presented by Ray Bloomer

Accessibility Specialist

National Park Service

Director of Education and Technical Assistance

National Center on Accessibility



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[image: Indepence Hall front of building]

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[image: Independence Hall, assembly room]

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[image: Independence Hall, front of building with steps]

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[image: Independence Hall, old portable ramp]

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[image: Independence Hall Clock Tower]

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[image: Independence Hall, back of bulding with accessible ramp]

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[image: Great Lakes Website page for accessible historic buildings and facilities]

http://www.accessibilityonline.org/ao/archives/45

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[image: Mount Vernon, Aerial view]

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[image: Mount Vernon, illustration of site plan]

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[image: Mount Vernon, Front of mansion]

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[image: Mount Vernon, illustration of first floor floor plan]

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[image: Mount Vernon, first floor room with dining table]

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[image: Mount Vernon, gardens]

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[image: Mount Vernon, portrait of George Washington]

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[image: Mount Vernon, portrait of Martha Washington]

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[image: Mount Vernon, painting of George Washington and family]

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[image: Mount Vernon, exhibit on George Washington]

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“No otherwise qualified individual with a disability in the United States shall solely by reason of his disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance, or under any program or activity conducted by any Executive Agency”

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Key Aspects of Programmatic Regulations

  • Effective communication

  • When viewed in its entirety

  • Integrated setting

  • Programmatic alternative



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[image: Lincoln Home, front of home]

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[image: Lincoln Home, back of home]

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[image: Lincoln Home, in ground wheelchair lift]

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[image: Lincoln Home, in ground wheelchair lift raised]

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[image: Lincoln Home, staircase to second floor]

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[image: Lincoln Home, ranger with photo album of second floor]

Slide 37


[image: Alcatraz, Computer interactive of Cell Block]

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[image: Alcatraz, view up to salley port]

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[image: Alcatraz, tram to cell block]

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[image: Alcatraz, tram to cell block]

[image: Alcatraz, tram to cell block]



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[image: Alcatraz, tram to cell block]

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[image: Alcatraz, sign for entrance to cell block]

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[image: Alcatraz, 3 tiers of cell block]

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[image: Alcatraz, inside of cell]

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[image: Alcatraz, solitary cell]

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[image: Fort Sumter, viewed from the water]

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[image: Fort Sumter, Cannon Battery in casemate]

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[image: Fort Sumter, Cannon in casemate]

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[image: Fort Sumter, Cannon Battery in casemate]

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Living History and Demonstration Programs

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[image: Fort Davis, howitzer first person demonstration]


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[image: fort point, cannon demonstration]

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Questions?

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Consider Adaptive Use of Historic Structures

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[image: Fort Smith, fort headquarter as visitor center]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, viewed from base of statue]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, aerial view of liberty island]

[image: Statue of Liberty, tactile model of liberty island]



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[image: Statue of Liberty, line drawing of interior framework]

[image: Statue of Liberty, interior of statue with spiral staircase]



Slide 59


[image: Statue of Liberty, trip to the top exhibit]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, face of statue]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, profile of face]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, foot of statue]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, 3 foot tactile model of statue]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, exhibit gallery]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, Cut away of statue in glass case]

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[image: Statue of Liberty, tactile exhibit of armiture bars]


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[image: Statue of Liberty, tactile exhibit of molds]

Slide 68


Baldrige Hall Map

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, tactile Map of Baldrige hall]


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President’s Park

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, tactile Map of presidents park]



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White House Grounds

[image: White house Visitor Center, tactile Map of white house grounds]

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Tactile Map of white house grounds]

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White House Interactive

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, interactive model]



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White House Today

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, interactive model monitor screen]



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Six Foot White House Model

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, 6 foot tactile model]



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White House Models

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, massing model on rail]



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[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Navigation controls for interactive]

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Navigation controls for interactive]



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Tactile Floor Plans

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, pull out of tactile floor plans]


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Center View

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Lincoln bedroom screens from interactive]



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Up View

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Lincoln bedroom screens from interactive]



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Down view

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Lincoln bedroom screens from interactive]



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¼ Turn

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Lincoln bedroom screens from interactive]



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[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Captioning on monitor]

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Durateq—AD Delivery

[image: Whitehouse Visitor Center, Durateq Audio Description delivery]



Slide 83


World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument – tactile maps of the park and Ford’s Island

[image: Golden Gate Bridge]



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[image: Golden Gate Bridge, Tactile line drawing of bridge and tactile model of bridge tower]

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[image: Golden Gate Bridge, close up of tactile model of bridge tower]

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[image: Golden Gate Bridge, Tactile wayside of rivets from bridge]

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[image: Golden Gate Bridge, wayside of how the bridge moves]

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[image: Golden Gate Bridge, tactile model of how the bridge moves]

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[image: Golden Gate Bridge, close up of tactile model of how the bridge moves]


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[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument – tactile maps of the park and Ford’s Island]

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[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument – close-up of the tactile map of Ford’s Island]

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Audio Tours – pick up location for audio tour equipment
[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Audio Tours – pick up location for audio tour equipment]

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Tactile map of the exhibit galley & Close up of exhibit map - Valor in the Pacific National Monument

[image: tactile map of the an exhibit galley - Valor in the Pacific National Monument]

[image: Close up of tactile map of the an exhibit galley - Valor in the Pacific National Monument]

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Map of the pacific area mounted on an exhibit wall with a tactile map on the right of the map

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Map of the pacific area mounted on an exhibit wall with a tactile map on the right of the map]



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Tactile model of the Japanese carrier Akaji

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the Japanese carrier Akaji]


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Tactile model of the Japanese carrier Akaji - close up of the planes on the deck

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the Japanese carrier Akaji - close up of the planes on the deck]



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Tactile model of the Japanese torpedo bomber in the exhibit for the bombing of Pearl Harbor

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the Japanese torpedo bomber in the exhibit for the bombing of Pearl Harbor]


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Tactile model of the Japanese torpedo bomber – close up

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the Japanese torpedo bomber – close up]



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Tactile model of a machine gun mount

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of a machine gun mount]



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[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the USS Arizona with the larger display model in a glass case in the background]

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Tactile model of the USS Arizona - Close up

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the USS Arizona - Close up]



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Aerial photograph of the USS Arizona Memorial

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Aerial photograph of the USS Arizona Memorial]



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Tactile model of the USS Arizona Memorial with the larger display model in a glass case in the background

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the USS Arizona Memorial with the larger display model in a glass case in the background]


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Tactile model of the USS Arizona Memorial – close up

[image: World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Tactile model of the USS Arizona Memorial – close up]




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[image: Johnstown Flood. Fiber optic exhibit of lake, dam and valley]

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[image: Johnstown Flood. dam gives way exhibit]

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Tactile model of the USS Arizona Memorial – close up
[image: Johnstown Flood. old photo of wreckage of houses with people standing on the roofs]

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[image: Ebenezer Baptist Church, Exterior of church.]

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[image: Ebenezer Baptist Church, interior of church, first floor auditorium]

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[image: Ebenezer Baptist Church, interior of church, lift to second story]

[image: Ebenezer Baptist Church, interior of church, lift to second story]



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[image: Ebenezer Baptist Church, interior of church, sanctuary on second story]

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Contact Us

  • ADA questions

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      • 1-800-949-4232 V/TTY

      • www.adata.org

  • Questions about this presentation

    • Mid-Atlantic ADA Center

      • 1-800-949-4232 V/TTY (DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, WV)

      • 301-217-0124 local

      • www.adainfo.org


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