Handicap Accessibility

Our experience in designing completely adaptable courses allow for universal access, as well as courses designed specifically for the handicapped.

When considering accessibility, there are many ways to accommodate handicapped populations, including adapting a portion (or the entirety) of a course to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) parameters; designing some or all of a structure specifically for handicapped groups; and adapting a zipline for active wheelchair-bound participants.

Adding accessibility features helps you expand educational programming to reach those with different abilities, as well as carve out a unique niche in responding to handicapped populations. We’re happy to discuss your needs and interests in designing handicap accessibility into your existing and future structures. 

 
It was our great fortune to have Aerial Designs recommended to us. We are an oncology camp that offers activities for people of all ages and abilities. From day one, our specific needs were considered a priority in developing activities for our site. That combined with the professionalism and dedication of their team have helped us to develop a safe, unique and exhilarating experience for all of our participants no matter their age or level of ability. Since 2007 we have chosen to use Aerial Designs for staff training, inspections, course development and improvement. I give them my highest recommendation.
— Beth Jones, Camp Director, Camp Mak-A-Dream