What are access needs? An access need is something a person needs to communicate, learn, and fully take part in an activity. Examples of access needs include: ramps or elevators to enter spaces, scent-free spaces, easy to read language or interpretation support, folding chairs with no arms, etc. **Please note** The Spirit of Young Adult Friend Retreats can be group oriented with lots of shared space, activities, movement, loud noises, etc. We encourage and expect participants to take care of their bodies, heart and minds in their own wisdom, and we'll designate quiet spaces and unstructured time in our days. As you register, know that we're committed to co-creating a supportive, accessible space, and we want you to ask for what you need- even if we can't make it happen.