Access Today and NCA News are e-news vehicles of the National Center on Accessibility.  They are used to share the latest information on access to parks, recreation and tourism while promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of our communities. Information shared through Access Today and NCA News include announcements of upcoming training opportunities, research findings related to recreation access, technical assistance issues and articles. Topics include access to playgrounds, beaches, trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, golf, sports facilities, boating and fishing facilities, and more. All postings are moderated and approved by the staff of the National Center on Accessibility. Participants can subscribe or unsubcribe at any time.

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The National Center on Accessibility is a center of Indiana University's Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Studies within the School of Public Health.  Since 1992, NCA has played a critical role in increasing awareness of inclusion of people with disabilities in parks, recreation and tourism while advancing the spirit and intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act and other disability legislation.  Through research, technical assistance and training, NCA builds a continuum of comprehensive services for park and recreation practitioners, focusing on universal design and practical solutions that create inclusive recreation opportunities for people of all abilities.  NCA is funded in part by the National Park Service.

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