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Northeast Passage Update

Northeast Passage has cancelled events through May 31 and our 20-person staff is working remotely. If you know anything about our team, you know this is challenging. We thrive in the team environment and our purpose is to work directly with people.

If our mission is about whole life health and fulfillment for people with disabilities, how can we continue to accomplish that in this format?

As soon as these decisions were made, we started brainstorming ideas for taking our programs and services online.  We know the power of recreation, sports and leisure. We know that everyone's abilities and interests are different. Everything here is curated especially for you by the Northeast Passage staff.

We're here for you. You can reach us by phone and leave a message (603-862-0070) or email at Please take care and be well!

-The Northeast Passage Team

NEW MOBILITY magazine is offering disability-specific COVID-19 resources. There is great information for caregiver considerations and more. You can also send an email to submit disability-specific questions, they will research selected questions by speaking with relevant experts and then post answers at Check back often for updates.

GREATER BOSTON CHAPTER OF UNITED SPINAL ASSOCIATION is offering their weekly support group virtually.  This is an open discussion about everything involving life with spinal cord injury and disorder (SCI/D). Everyone living with an SCI/D and their family members and friends are invited to participate. Meetings will continue to occur every Thursday. Check their social media for the weekly Zoom link.

  • Five National Parks offering park-ranger guided virtual tours.
  • Virtual visit to the New England Aquarium. They are going live at 11AM on Facebook for virtual visits and posting the videos to their site.
  • Museum and archive content through Google Arts & Culture
  • Stream the Met Opera's encore performances (available on the homepage for 23 hours).
  • How to get started woodcarving with Chipping Away or Doug Outside will carve step-by-step. Woodcarving is an accessible activity and has been really popular in our office. For doing small projects, whittling, and small caricature figures we use the Flex Cut Detail Knife. Check out Doug Outside for owl and wizard instruction. This is a good starter set but can be used for carving all sorts of things, faces, signs, animals or just decorations. One of our favorite things to carve is spoons, we generally use full size bowl gouges to carve them but a set of bowl tools will work just as well. Try it out and send us pictures!
  • How to tune your bike or trike through Park Tool Tech Tip Tuesday! This is a video series from Park Tool that has tips on repairs and adjustments. Most trikes have the same parts as bikes, they are just arranged a bit differently. Try it out!
  • With an account, you can watch full or condensed games from this season and last season. This offer is good until 4/22.
  • Crip Camp is now streaming on Netflix! A groundbreaking summer camp galvanizes a group of teens with disabilities to help build a movement, forging a new path toward greater equality.
  • Reel Abilities: Boston film expo. Free films and discussions presented virtually.
  • Digital audio content through Audible. Free 30-day trial
  • 92Y online archives for readings, concerts and educational talks.
  • Brighten Your Mind & Body at Home - 3 part webinar series from Disabled Sports USA and True Sport. First webinar 4/1/2020 at 1:30PM. Register here.
  • Download books for free through the New York Public Library's SimplyE app for iOS or Android or see if your local library has access to e-books and Audio books (maybe through the Libby app or Overdrive).

This list will be updated weekly on Fridays. Be well!