North Quabbin TechACCESS

Let's Make North Quabbin Accessible to All!

The mission of North Quabbin TechACCESS is to help residents with disabilities in our 9-town rural region expand their social, academic, and livelihood horizons by making local programs, services and opportunities more accessible.

Resource Directory
See our Resource Directory. Created by and for people with disabilities living and working in our region, we welcome suggestions, links and any helpful information. Contact Nate Johnson.

Committee Meetings
The Committee meets in Orange to improve accessibility to the region's organizations and businesses. We welcome people with disabilities and their caregivers, staff from schools, businesses and organizations, and other interested parties to join us! Contact Nate Johnson, call 978-544-1869; or visit YES, 26 South Main Street, Orange.


About Connections for All (C4All)
In 2006 C4All (C4All) helped CTCs (Community Technology Centers) to better serve people with disabilities. Funded by the AT&T Foundation, C4All was a collaboration with CTCNet and the Alliance for Technology Access (ATA). YES was one of only 14 CTCs nationwide receiving a C4All accessibility grant and the only one based in rural America. Additional staff support was and is being provided by the CTCNet VISTA Project. Activities made possible by C4All include:

Work Bee |July | Photos
Over 25 community volunteers helped with clean-up, organizing, and renovation tasks in this bee held in partnership with North Quabbin Time Bank.

Workshops | July & August | Photos
- Accessible Materials, Websites, Communication
- Reaching Out & Including People with Disabilities
- Accessible Facilities & Programs
- Accessible Computer Hardware & Software

Information Sessions | May | Photos

Planning Session | April | Photos


Special Thanks to James Fanning, 18, a local home schooler who helped write the C4All proposal that made this effort possible.

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