StopGap is creating a world where every person can access every space through fun and engaging community projects that raise awareness and remove barriers.
Hey! I love your project! I teach an elementary physical elementary program at Deer Park public school and am looking to get an activist edge going in my class. Specifically I was thinking of solving an accessibility problem I've noticed at The Children's Book Bank here in Toronto. I'm taking my kids there in a couple of weeks and thought it would be nice to either solve their 5-stair barrier before or after our visit. Do you have any tips? Is there funding for the materials? I've got tools and a place to build but would love to be a part of your initiative.Thanks!
Your idea and execution of this project is the temporary solution to overcome many examples of early old school non-accessible architecture in my community. I can't wait to begin further work on it here in Prince George BC. Over the hat I am wearing for this post this is not just for MS, everyone of any ability will be able to enjoy all my community has to offer in 2015. Kudos on everything accomplished so far, looking forward to updating you more of our progress and eventual execution sometime prior to the games in 2015!Ken B
can these ramps be used at a private residence?
Are these ramps for residential use also?