Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy

Disability and Aging

Making Connections: A Manual for Developing and Operating an Electronic Calendar of Accessible Events and Activities in Your Community

Abstract: 

The Access to Recreation project goals included an activity to replicate Portland Connections, a model calendar of low-cost events, in three communities in Maine. The project staff met with Portland Connections staff to learn about the history and operation of the calendar. The manual was written as a guide to support the replication of Portland Connections for the grant goals and for future calendars that can be developed after the grant is completed.

Publication Type: 
Report
Publish Date: 
September 1, 2003
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