The ADA and Core Technologies for Nonvisual Access
This webinar will combine aspects of the ADA as it relates to Assistive Technologies that benefit people with low vision or individuals who are blind. Presenters include Diego Demaya, Legal Specialist with the Southwest ADA Center, and Curtis Chong, Assistive Technologist with the New Mexico Commission for the Blind. During the presentation we will discuss: •Recent ADA cases involving access for persons who are Blind and individuals with low vision. •Talk about employment-related technology access issues for individuals who are Blind or experience low vision. •Go over some examples of auxiliary aids that are useful in places of public accommodation for individuals who are Blind or experience low vision. Sessions are presented via a fully accessible Blackboard Web Conferencing platform. For first time users it is recommended that you prepare your technology prior to the session. Captioning is also provided via the Blackboard Web Conferencing platform. Continuing education credits are available through RESNA for those who have completed the application process prior to the session. There is a $28 fee to receive credits for each webinar.