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The Adaptive Design Association hosts field trips, professional development opportunities through one-day workshops and week-long intensives, corporate opportunities, internships, and custom presentations.

 

We welcome students, teachers, parents, designers, therapists, and all who are interested in building custom adaptations. 

Education

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Field trips and visits

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The Adaptive Design Association is happy to welcome group and class field trips. Beginning with a guided tour of our studio, groups build their own cardboard creations as well as meet our fabricators for an in-depth look into how complex custom adaptations are built. During the tour participants will see, touch, and try unique, fun solutions for improving accessibility. Visitors leave our studio with their own personal cardboard item, but more important, leave with a deeper understanding of how affordable materials, simple tools, and one’s own creativity can generate solutions that make a difference.

All group field trips are 1.5 hours.

Rate: $400

For individuals visits we offer a experience through Airbnb. Learn more here.

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Continuing Education Courses

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The Adaptive Design Association offers one-day courses to teachers, therapists, and other professionals in health care and education.  Except as noted, courses are also open to: users of adaptive equipment, their support teams, anyone else interested in the topic.

 

Courses meet from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, and cost $250 per person.

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