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Using the ADA and ABA Standards: Chapter 1: Application and Administration
January 9, 2020
Drugs, Alcohol and Conduct Rules Under the ADA
January 15, 2020
Winter ADA Coordinator Conference
January 16, 2020
January 17, 2020
Employment First and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
January 21, 2020
Section 508 Questions and Answers with the Access Board and GSA
January 28, 2020
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Winter 2020 ADA Coordinator Conference
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Friday, January 17, 2020
Businesses and non-profit organizations are required by the ADA to remove architectural barriers when it is "readily achievable" to do so. How do businesses and non-profit organizations determine what is "readily achievable"?
What funding assistance is available for removing barriers and accommodating customers with disabilities?
What are the new requirements for public and private swimming pools (pools owned/operated by businesses covered by Title III, such as hotels and motels, health clubs, recreation centers, public country clubs)?
What types of accessible means of entry are required for swimming pools under the 2010 ADA Standards?
When did the ADA become a law?
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Small Business and ADA Readily Achievable Requirements
Customer Service for Business
Age, Hearing Loss, and Communication: What Are My Rights?
Private Clubs Under the Americans With Disabilities Act
Religious Entities Under the Americans With Disabilities Act
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ADA Title II Action Guide for State and Local Governments
ADA Trainer Network
ADA Anniversary Toolkit
Accessible Technology Webinar Series
ADA Legal Webinar Series
At Your Service: Welcoming Customers with Disabilities
Employing People with Disabilities: ADA National Network Speaks Out
ADA Title I: Employment Requirements
ADA25 Portal - Celebrating 25 Years of the ADA
Region 6: Access for Users of Service Animals
Region 9: Understanding the Role of Functional Limitation Measures in Electronic Health Records
Region 9: Evaluate Data on Physical Accessibility of Primary Care and Certain Other Providers in California Including Availability of Exam Tables and Weight Scales
Region 10: Health Care Access and the ADA
Region 7: Evaluation of the National ADA Symposium
Region 5: ADA Success Stories
Region 4: Financial Inclusion
Region 2: Small Businesses and Title I of the ADA Implementation
Region 10: Understanding Employers’ Hiring Intention in Relation to Qualified Workers With Disabilities
Region 7: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Training on the Americans with Disabilities Act on Implementation in the Workplace and Community in the United States
Region 6: Life After Cancer - Surveying Cancer Survivors about their Informational Needs
Region 1: The Impact of the Great Recession on the Unemployment of Americans with Disabilities
Region 3: Best practices in developing reasonable accommodations in the workplace: Findings based on the research literature.
Region 3: Negotiating workplace accommodations: Perceptions of employees with disabilities, employers and rehabilitation service providers.
Region 3: A comparison of perceptions of factors in the job accommodation process among employees with disabilities, employers and service providers.
Region 6: Life after Cancer - Medical Practitioners' Survey of Cancer Survivor Employment
Region 4: Investigating the Accessibility and Usability of Job Application Web Sites for Blind Users
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