Services for People with Disabilities
This information provides a brief summary of the services offered by the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center to people with disabilities. If you have specific questions related to any of these services, please contact the gift shop at the entrance, call (580) 252-6692 or email email@example.com. If you have questions during your visit, look for staff members. We will be happy to assist you.
The Center was designed to be a multi-sensory adventure and has been enjoyed by individuals and groups with many diverse needs. We do our best to provide a rewarding experience for everyone who enters our facility. The Board of Directors and staff are working towards an even more inclusive destination. Please share your thoughts on ways we can accomplish this goal for everyone.
Wheelchairs are available for guest use as needed during your time at the Heritage Center.
Barrier Free Access
Most areas of the museum are barrier free. We welcome suggestions to make our environment friendlier to those with mobility issues.
First Aid Assistance
Basic first aid supplies are available in the gift shop. Please see a staff member if needed.
Hearing Impaired Services
The Heritage Center can provide American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation with your advanced request. Several of our staff are trained in ASL. If this is a service you require, please let us know before your arrival, and we will have an interpreter here during your visit as you require. Most of the exhibits are multi-sensory.
Visually Impaired Services
Please let a staff member know how we can accommodate your needs as a visually impaired person. The Center does not currently offer braille guides, but we can offer a one-on-one docent lead tour.
The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center recognizes the right of people with disabilities to be accompanied by their service animals or animals in training to be service animals on Center property. People with service animals or animals in training to be service animals will be allowed full access to all areas. Service animals or animals in training to be service animals must be on a leash and must be in the control of the person with a disability or his/her companion.
Store – Personal Shopper
Any of our gift shop staff members are available to provide assistance if you should need it while shopping in our store. For assistance purchasing store merchandise from home, please contact our gift shop at (580) 252-6692.
Storm Season Safety
The Heritage Center has reinforced areas for use during severe weather.
If you have any questions or concerns about the accessibility services and accommodations described below, please do not hesitate to contact Stacy Cramer Moore, the Center’s Executive Director, at (580) 252-6692 or firstname.lastname@example.org, who will ensure your questions and concerns are addressed promptly.