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SPARK – Supporting people with developmental disabilities through advocacy, resources and kindness

SPARK – Supporting people with developmental disabilities through advocacy, resources and kindness

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This is awesome! #inclusionmattersMissouri State Parks strives to provide accessible outdoor recreation for all. Beach chairs can help visitors access designated swim areas that may not be suitable for traditional wheelchairs. Missouri State Parks currently has 18 beach chairs in place across the state. This program is sponsored by Missouri State Parks.


- Use of a beach chair is free and available on a first-come, first-served basis, during normal beach hours.
- Visitors should contact the park office or designated location to reserve and check out a beach chair.
- Park staff is not permitted to assist in transferring a person into or out of a beach chair or in pushing the beach chair with a person in the chair.
- Beach chairs must be checked out by an adult, 18 years of age or older.
- A valid photo ID and a completed Beach Chair Program User Agreement are required to check out the beach chair.
- A responsible adult, age 18 years or older, must always accompany the beach chair user.
- The weight limit for those using the beach chair is 253 pounds.
- It is recommended that a Coast Guard-approved personal flotation device be worn at all times while using the beach chair.
- Avoid using the beach chair in adverse weather and other poor conditions.

For detailed accessibility information for each Missouri State Park and Historic Site visit:

*The Beach Chair Program is not sponsored or funded by the MSPF; however, we are most excited to share this information with our page followers. This program is available through Missouri State Parks. Please visit the link above for additional accessibility information for each park.
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This is awesome! #InclusionMatters

The Missouri Developmental Disabilities
Council (MODCC) will host speakers to discuss updates and myths about the Ticket to Work Health Assurance program, and work income with a disability.

Event details:
Wednesday July 16, 2024
12-1 pm CST
Register at link
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Don't forget to register via this link. 👇
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Dont forget to register via this link. 👇
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