The United States is about to see a few major changes to the way it manages its parks, and one of them involves the National Park Service.
This summer, the parks will be able to open up their parks to people with disabilities.
The agency, in a statement issued Monday, announced that it would be allowing people with chronic illnesses to use these new spaces.
It also announced that people with diabetes will be allowed to use the park as well, although the number of visitors with this condition is still not known.
As of now, only people with high blood pressure or heart disease will be permitted into the park, but it is expected that many other diseases will be eligible for the new system as well.
This means that, in the coming weeks and months, people with a wide variety of illnesses will be making their way to Central Park and across the country.
The announcement was made to coincide with the National Day of the Disabled, which is this week.
This event will bring together people with different disabilities, including those with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, and provide them with a chance to meet and have a good time together.
Here’s a look at how the National Disability Day of Service will be taking place: The National Day Of The Disabled is scheduled for Saturday, May 22.
For the past five years, people have been able to participate in a special event at the park that features food and activities to encourage people with special needs to be involved in their community.
This year, there will be a “family event” for people who have been affected by disabilities and their families, and a “friend event” that will be open to everyone.
The events will be free, and will be available to everyone who attends.
Central Park will be opening for the season in just a few days, and people can still attend this year’s event, which will be held on Saturday, June 2.
The event will feature a special musical performance by the American Choir and a free food truck.
This is the first time the park will be accepting guests with disabilities, and it will be part of a new partnership between the park and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
“Our parks are full of people who need to get to their jobs and get their day’s needs met.
When we opened, people were going to come to Central, or to New York City or anywhere else they wanted to go, to get their jobs done,” said Linda McQuillan, CEO of the National Parks Conservation Association.
“Now, they are coming to Central to be able see it for themselves.
We’re glad that Central Park is allowing people to participate, and that the Park Service is allowing them to be active in their communities.”
Park Service officials said that they are “deeply committed to making sure that people are able to be the best they can be in their daily lives,” and they hope to see many more people who are affected by disability join the ranks of those who can participate in the National Days of Service.
More information: National Disability Day Of Service, Centralparkkaren.com