is a volunteer run tax-deductible 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization
...Building the Outdoor Accessible Economy
Promoting Community Accessibility, Adaptive Recreation, business profitability, welcoming the Accessible Market, and Advocating for the Rights of People With Disabilities!
We provide services positively impacting quality of life, offer non-binding resources, tools, and guidance assisting businesses, government, organizations, communities, etc
inventory, improve, and promote Accessible (meeting ADA/ABA standards) & Adaptive Friendly infrastructure and opportunities, help better serve residents', visitors', and clientele's needs,
grow sustainable livable economies, and affect positive change
Building the Outdoor Accessible Economy transitioning the Appalachian region from a general lack of Accessible infrastructure and opportunities into a favored Accessible travel destination
and region to reside
...So we can share what we love about our communities with People of All Abilities!
Public Accommodations (all entities offering goods or services to the public),
government, community groups, organizations, individuals, etc...
- Inventory, promote, and improve, Accessible & Adaptive Friendly infrastructure and opportunities,
Customer Service, and Access within Facilities / Services
- Gain Accessible Market $ales (better serve a lucrative market, grow clientele, and increasing profits)
- Improve quality of life through building more sustainable and livable communities
AOTG provides free Accessibility Improvement Tool Kits, Technologies, and Training assisting...
Land / Operations Managers, Orgs, Government, etc
-Conduct (ADA/ABA) Accessibility Self-Assessments
(identifying barriers preventing Equal Access to Goods & Services)
- Create and Implement Accessibility Improvement Transition Plans
(plan, fund, and fix Readily Removable Barriers preventing equal access to goods & services)
- Document and promote existing Accessible infrastructure and opportunities
(attract new Accessible Market customers)
- Plan and implement growing additional infrastructure and opportunities
(expand future Adaptive opportunities and Accessible Infrastructure throughout the region)
Individuals, Volunteers, Partners, and Collaborators
- Inventory Accessible infrastructure and current Barriers preventing equal Access to Goods & Services
- Effectively advocate for positive change and distribute free Accessibility Improvement Tool Kits & Resources to assist future partners (businesses, government, orgs, etc.) complete all Necessary Improvements
- Recruit and Train new Volunteers & Partners to grow the project to create positive change on a regional scale