ACCESSIBILITY

WHSH is engag­ing in an ongo­ing effort to make the space as enjoy­able as possible.

Cur­rently, access points to the build­ings at IDA are flat dirt/gravel paths, and major build­ings have low-grade ramps (some have rail­ings, oth­ers do not) or ground-access.  In 2012 we spruced up a shit­ter at the front of the grounds and made it broad and with a ground-floor entrance, with peo­ple in chairs in mind. Access­ing most of the restrooms, show­ers and some build­ings near the back of the grounds requires climb­ing stairs or slop­ing path­ways. It gets very dark at night but there are often activ­i­ties in the well-lit barn, or in front of the main house, where light­ing is dim but faces can be seen.

Although pets are not allowed, ser­vice ani­mals are always welcome.

We make sure that the kitchen pro­vides healthy vegetarian/vegan meals that take into con­sid­er­a­tion all aller­gies and aver­sions of par­tic­i­pants. Please indi­cate any dietary restric­tions on your reg­is­tra­tion form.

There is a staffed med­ical tent stocked with any­thing you might need, includ­ing homeopathic/natural reme­dies and body­work. Please make sure to indi­cate any med­ical or mobil­ity needs on your reg­is­tra­tion form, and con­tact IDA before you get here so we can make sure you get what you need!

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