503-292-4964 extension 152
Community Vision – AT Lab
2475 SE Ladd Avenue
Suite #240 (mailing)
Suite #120 (physical)
Portland, OR 97214
Visit us on the main floor of the Seven Corners building located on SE Division Street at the intersection of SE Ladd Avenue & SE 20th Avenue, across the street from New Seasons. The main entrance is on SE Ladd Avenue.
Driving & Parking
Please plan to arrive 10 minutes early for meetings or appointments to allow time for parking. Street parking is available or there are several reserved spots marked “7C” at St. Philip Neri Church: 2408 SE 16th Ave, Portland, OR 97214. For on-site wheelchair accessible parking for scheduled AT consultations, please call or email us ahead.
Buses 4 and 10 make frequent stops outside and near our building. The Clinton St/SE 12th Ave Max Station serving the Orange Line is located eleven blocks southwest of our building.
Please join us for our Grand Opening in the Seven Corners Collaborative building – September 20, 2018!
Seven Corners Collaborative:
The ‘7C’ building is Portland’s first fully universally-designed building and sets a new standard for accessibility. The building will conduct tours highlighting Universal Design features, raising awareness of the importance accessibility for all, and will be a dynamic model for the Pacific Northwest. The land was donated to Community Vision in April 2014 by Multnomah County. The building co-locates four non-profits that serve people with disabilities and their families. Community Vision, FACT Oregon, Community Pathways , and the Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities provide wrap-around services in one single location that impacts individuals across their life span.
- Accessible building entrances with automatic doors and motion sensors in all automatic doors
- Kick-plate elevator buttons near the floor for individuals using wheelchairs or without use of their arms or hands
- Reachargable light switches placed at a height lower than standard for easier access for individuals with limited mobility
- Power outlets placed at a height higher than standard for easier access for individuals with limited mobility
- High contrast flooring for individuals with low vision
- Door and cabinets with knobs and pulls for easier access for individuals with limited mobility
- All restrooms with closed-door, fully accessible ADA stalls
- Adjustable-height workplace desk surfaces