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July 1999

Displaying items by tag: Disability Issues

Mountain Spy Liz Eren owes this month’s idea to Lonie Glieberman at Mount Bohemia. He often plays practical jokes on his staff with strange phone calls, so we followed his lead. And, in case you’re wondering, yes there really are seeing-eye miniature horses.

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  • Author Liz Eren
  • Volume 47-6
  • Page 38
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Published in November 2008
Accidents happen. How we handle the incident and the follow-up is anything but accidental. Here are what the experts recommend.

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  • Author Rick Kahl
  • Volume 43-6
  • Page 52
Published in November 2004
While usually we welcome the sight of white on our slopes, it's time to welcome color. The minority market is growing fast.

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  • Author Rick Kahl
  • Volume 43-1
  • Page 54
Published in January 2004
With fatal industrial accidents increasing in recent years, it's time to realize that bad things can, in fact, happen to anyone.

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  • Author Nils Ericksen
  • Volume 42-3
  • Page 24
Published in May 2003
The article describes the adaptive programs around the country and how there are lots of reasons for offering such programs to physically-challenged people.

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  • Author Ron Rudolph
  • Volume 40-4
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Published in July 2001
A partnership between Loup Loup Ski Bowl in eastern Washington and the Easter Seals Society, with help from the Forest Service, aims to create a ski area model of disabled access.

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  • Author Heidi Schultz
  • Volume 36-4
  • Page 35
Published in July 1997
A look at new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations that pertain to the resort industry. Article addresses key points and tells where to get a comprehensive report on the new regulations.

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  • Author Joe Macy
  • Volume 33-4
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Published in July 1994
Winter Park, Colorado, is extending its disabled program with a specialized summer facility built by Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC). Called the Outdoor Center, it was proposed by the National Sports Center for the Disabled. The project includes two boardwalk trails with campsites and other features.

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  • Author Carol Adams
  • Volume 32-3
Published in May 1993
A review of the book Bold Tracks, by Hal O'Leary, a comprehensive guide to basic adaptive ski teaching. With the new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), every ski school is recommended to have a copy of this book.

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  • Author Gwen Allard
  • Volume 31-3
Published in May 1992
It's been called an "Emancipation Proclamation" for the disabled, but because of its fuzzy compliance wording it's also been called a manager's nightmare and a lawyer's dream. A comprehensive look at the new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Topics covered include: who is protected, employment, public accommodations and conclusions.

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  • Author Anne Wallace
  • Volume 31-1
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Published in January 1992