Moscow Office

Ramps, rocks and representation

UI ARGONAUT – Established in 1993, the Disability Action Center NW (DAC) has worked on making Northern Idaho a better place for disabled people. In the past five years, Marketing Specialist Vicki Leeper has seen several positive changes from the border down to Riggins, ...

It’s almost a park

Delays, vandalism shadow slow progress on Atlas project A park for the ages is drawing nearer to completion along the Spokane River. It won’t be long, in fact, before the Atlas Waterfront Project blossoms into the newest addition to the Coeur d’Alene parks family. “This is a ...

Disability Action Center Receives Grant to Expand Ramp Up Project

Disability Action Center (DAC) in Moscow has been awarded a $94,458 grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation National Paralysis Resource Center 2020 Expanded Impact Grants Program. The grant will purchase aluminum modular ramp systems for temporary loans to ...

In Moscow, accessibility rocks

Anniversary of ADA’s passage celebrated this month with hide-and-seek game, event This summer marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Moscow’s Disability Action Center is celebrating the special occasion with a citywide rock-finding game. Fifty ...

Sandpoint signs ADA proclamation

SANDPOINT — A citywide proclamation about the Americans With Disabilities Act was signed on July 26 by Mayor Shelby Rognstad.  The proclamation celebrates the 30th anniversary of the ADA and shows the commitment of the city to providing the most integrated, least restrictive ...

Pandemic Upends the Lives of People with Disabilities

    If you used in home personal caregivers, you may have faced losing some of the workers you depend on – to dress, shower, eat and use the bathroom. Many caregivers had to return to home during the quarantine. Or perhaps you were afraid of a caregiver coming and ...