This session will describe the Intrepid Museum’s All Access Maker Camp for children with developmental disabilities from conception to execution to evaluation, serving as a model and lesson for other institutions seeking to deepen their offerings for people with disabilities or enhance their maker programming to be more inclusive and welcoming. Learn about how the museum uses its collections to inspire design challenges, how the structure and supports developed ensure camper growth, and how this framework can be applied to other institutions. Education, Audience Research & Evaluation track generously supported by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Charlotte Martin