Does the National AgrAbility Project provide on-farm consultations?

Generally no. Historically, however, National AgrAbility Project (NAP) staff have conducted numerous on-site visits as part of information gathering, pilot testing of new resources or during preparation of new audio-visual resources. The NAP staff have very limited funding available to conduct on-site assessments or provide direct client services. Don't be afraid to ask if such assistance could be arranged. The NAP staff may be able to refer you to a SRAP, local disability agency or other source of assistance.