Many persons have a wrong idea of what constitutes true happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.
— Helen Keller (1880-1968)

Listen in.

Dedicated to making accessibility happen
Some places, such as the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, really get the importance of accessibility. Red Scooter Diaries publicizes its gratitude for doing a wonderful job in ensuring their venues are enjoyable for everyone. Other places lag behind, and Red Scooter Diaries aims to let them know what needs to be done – now.

Be heard
In each post, click on the recipient for the link that will enable you to send your thoughts on accessibility as well. Together as one voice, we make accessibility happen.

LA Fitness: Why the “LA” Stands for Lacks Accessibility

LA Fitness Tualatin Upgrades Accessibility

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Ruth Hardy Park: ADA Action Request Letter

Joshua Tree National Park Plans ADA Upgrade

Rolling Right Along in Scottsdale

Astoria River Trail

Lovely, Accessible Sunnylands

Seeing the Grand Canyon by Scooter

Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve

Rehabbing at Sante of North Scottsdale

10 Top Tips for Buying a Mobility Scooter

Scottsdale: Hell on Wheels

Accessibility at the Utah Shakespeare Festival

How a Musical is Changing Perceptions About Disabilities, Including Mine

Top Tips When Booking Accessible Travel

Managing Muscular Dystrophy With Technology

How to Successfully Engage with People with Disabilities

Video Shorts: Aqua Therapy for Muscular Dystrophy

The Making of Red Scooter Diaries, the Documentary: An Interview with The FSHD Advocate

Accessibility at Hoodoo Moab, Curio Collection by Hilton

Simple Tips for Keeping the Holidays Merry and Bright While Living with Muscular Dystrophy


Walk & Roll, Scottsdale, 2022