|Re: accessibility||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: lilbert (lilbertconcentric.net)|
|Date: Fri, 10 Jul 1998 13:22:31 -0500|
The issue of accessability is a touchy one, and always likely to get a big response. I want to reply to just one thing in your letter. If the group only is willing to commit to accessability for a committed member, then they are not committed to accessability, they are committed to the member. We had a member in a wheelchair leave the group before we were built, and return just before moving in. "Her" unit was kept accessible even in her absence so that we would have an accessible unit(we have one other). Needing accessable units and common house is something that comes and goes in lots of people's lives, but if you don't have it, those people are out. Why limit yourselves? Liz Stevenson Southside Park Cohousing Sacramento CA
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