Categorically left over but no less important!
Quotes to make you think!
“We all have our reasons to not want to give up.”
~ Tatyana McFadden, a Russian-American Paralympic athlete who has won 17 Paralympic medals in multiple Summer Games.
A Braille Nature Trail usually includes a guide rope for the visually impaired to hold and follow along the path with markers for Braille informational signs. Some trails have tactile walkways to provide direction, others have audio components such as guided audio tours or smartphone access, and many are wheelchair accessible.
The first Braille Nature Trail was dedicated in 1967 in Aspen, Colorado. A science teacher named Bob Lewis was interested in engaging his students in nature. Lewis had the idea to make a nature trail accessible to the visually impaired and add informational Braille signs that would engage visitors in sensory experiences, and bring the visually impaired closer to nature. The concept was born and was soon being duplicated across the country.
We are not accepting any durable medical goods at this time since it’s difficult to clean them, but we are distributing them. Explain your needs and our trained staff may know the perfect item that will help you!
James Pickard in Moscow 208-883-0523
Valerie Johnson in Idaho Falls 208-529-8610
Tarey Potter in Boise 208-336-3335 x220