D. A. Hurd Library - Accessible Greenhouse
We are working to improve accessibility at our library and realize we will benefit from community input and involvement.  

We are thrilled to receive an American Library Association - Libraries Transforming Communities - Accessible Small and Rural Communities grant-2.  This grant will allow us to add a wheelchair accessible greenhouse to expand our library's Sensory Garden.

To ensure we are best supporting our patrons with disabilities, we are asking for suggestions as we plan to implement the greenhouse.  The phrase " Nothing About Us Without Us" by disability rights activists highlights the need for full and authentic engagement with all members of the community.  

We appreciate your time and consideration on how to improve accessibility (related to addition of the greenhouse.) 

You are welcome to respond to these questions for yourself (if an adult) or on behalf of children as appropriate. 
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Are you aware of specific needs identified by the disability community?
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If you are aware of specific need identified by the disability community, please share details:
What has your own experience been using our library? 
What do you appreciate most about our library? 
What are your recommendations to make the library more inclusive and accessible? 
What programs or services do you use most often at our library? 
How would an accessible greenhouse improve your library experience or increase your participation? 
Are there specific details or items you like to see incorporated into the accessible greenhouse in our sensory garden?  
The accessible greenhouse will likely be located near the location adjacent to the parking lot where the Sensory Garden is currently located.  Will this location create any challenges/barriers of use for you? 
Whose perspective is missing from this conversation? 
If you would you like to be included in future action items/conversations about the accessible greenhouse, please share your name, phone number, and email address.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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