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Exploring Oregon’s inclusive destinations



Oregon’s beauty is not just in its landscapes but also in its commitment to inclusivity. From sandy shores to recreational parks, the state offers a range of experiences for everyone to enjoy. A few of the many places that make Oregon an inclusive destination for all…


At the beach || David’s Chair, a non-profit organization, provides track chairs for those with mobility challenges, offering an incredible beach experience. These chairs can be reserved in Seaside, Manzanita and Florence, ensuring that everyone can soak up the sun and enjoy the waves. davidschair.org


At the airport || Portland International Airport (PDX) goes above and beyond for travelers with sensory considerations. The airport’s sensory room, open from 4 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. daily, provides a calming space with specific lighting, music and tangible items. Additionally, PDX offers sensory bags

with hearing protection earmuffs, fidget tools, coloring book, crayons, sunflower lanyard, a plane spotter guide and an emotional thermometer, ensuring a comfortable journey for

all passengers. flypdx.com


Day trip fun || Numerous parks throughout the Willamette Valley offer sensory-friendly offerings. In Salem, Harper’s Play-ground provides wheelchair-friendly environments that promote physical, sensory, emotional, behavioral and social skills for children and adults of all abilities. For indoor fun, Get Air in Eugene, Salem and Medford is a trampoline park offering a calmer atmosphere on the first Saturday morning of each month. harpersplayground.org/playgrounds/lets-all-play-placegetairsports.com


Whether it’s a day at the beach, a smooth flying experience, or a fun outing at a recreational park, Oregon shines in its commitment to accessible offerings.


 


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Kids NW

922 NW Circle Blvd, Ste 160-112

Corvallis, OR 97330

kidsnw.org | 1.888.360.0360



Audrey Benson

Behavior Supervisor


KIDS NW connects families with compassionate caregivers, specially trained in serving individuals with disabilities.



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