To make forward steps in my Mightywheels.ca project, I must first learn new things with the Edmonton's Accessibility Advisory Committee. I will be putting my Mightywheels.ca project off to the side, I won't be closing it, I'll just keep up with its emails and pictures I just won't start any new projects, i will return... Edmonton would fall apart with out people speaking up for people with accessibility issues.
I received an email, wanting me to charge the milk company's for making their plastic (screw on) milk container lids too small for challenged people to open, now even I have notice the lids have gotten smaller, cheaper to make, for some people with dexterity issues I see that being a problem.
I can only suggest asking your local bottle depot if they have any older lids, I'm sure if you microwave the old, used lids in a coffee mug of water they will be clean enough, just a suggestion.
Hi Tim, I was talking with Jerry and we are both willing to photograph you in the next couple of weeks and feature you in our pages. Me for my scars project and Jerry in his Humans of Edmonton experience page. They would be different stories so you can reach a different audience. Let me know what you think and what your schedule is.
I have been waiting for this email to hopefully start taking more steps forward in my Quest to improve the city of Edmonton’s accessibility problems. Starting in his home community West Edmonton.
I have some friends who really think my map idea is real good. But, with them always working and me always working and not being able to film/evaluate in the dark, my project that could help Edmonton with their accessibility problems has been put on hold for too long now.