COVID 19 Facecovering Disability Accommodation
Crossroads requires all guests to wear face coverings in compliance with Oregon Health Authority Guidelines issued on 6/30/2020. Crossorads has created reasonable accomandations in compliance with the OHA Directive for people with disabilities.
OHA Guidelines for Face Coverings as of 06/30/2020
“A business and a person responsible for indoor spaces open to the public are required to:
Require employees, contractors, volunteers, customers and visitors to wear a mask, face shield, or face covering.”
“Individuals who have a medical condition that makes it hard to breathe or a disability that prevents the individual from wearing a mask, face shield or face covering can request an accommodation to enable full and equal access to services, transportation, and facilities open to the public”
Crossroads can make the following reasonable accommodations to people who contact the Executive Director Ginger Savage at 541-523-5369 and request these accommodations.
For Guests of the Art Gallery:
The featured show is on our website each month to enjoy.
Or we can provide them with a clear face shield at no charge to wear to the gallery.
Crossroads is providing a special Senior Citizen/Immune Compromised time to view the art show every Thursday from 10 am to Noon. Face coverings are required but the goal is to have a smaller group of guests creating a more relaxed environment.
Crossroads is open Monday thru Saturday from 10 am to 5 PM.
For Arts Education Students:
Crossroads will provide to students at no charge a Face Shield. If this student needs to read lips the teacher will be required to wear a face shield.
We are getting a laptop for teachers to use at the art center for Web-EX meetings so that students can receive services from home. Students will need to pay for instruction.
Teachers are being provided the following options:
- To set up the laptop in class so the student at home can engage with their fellow students and the teacher can instruct the whole class.
- If that is too much for our teachers to handle, then they can arrange another time to work with you.
- Another options is that students can send photographs of class work and can be coached by the instructor calling them on the phone
Youth ages 2-12 are not required to wear face-coverings.