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Disability, Diversity, and Inclusion: Lessons Learned from Industry Leaders
February 18, 2020
ADA National Network Twitter Chat
February 26, 2020
ADA Live! Living with a Disability: Four People Share their Stories
March 4, 2020
Using the ADA and ABA Standards Series: Chapter 2: Scoping - Alterations
March 5, 2020
Accessible Polling Facilities and the ADA
March 17, 2020
The ADA and Religious Institutions
March 18, 2020
Accessible Med Diagnostic Equipment & Prescription Rx Labels
March 26, 2020
Accessible Social Media
March 31, 2020
Research on ADA Coordinators involvement in Emergency Mgt
April 9, 2020
Accessible Parking, What does that mean?
April 21, 2020
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Employment (ADA Title I)
ADA Anniversary Update: 30 Years, Where do We go Now?
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
What are my employer's obligations after I return from medical leave? (What kind of documentation can the employer ask for when I return from medical leave?)
Does the ADA require that an applicant or employee with a disability be qualified for the position?
What do you mean by "association with a person with a disability"?
What does a "record of" a disability mean?
Can you give me an example of someone who has a "record of" a disability without having a current disability?
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The ADA, Addiction, Recovery and Employment
Private Clubs Under the Americans With Disabilities Act
Religious Entities Under the Americans With Disabilities Act
Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace
Mental Health Conditions in the Workplace and the ADA
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ADA Trainer Network
ADA Anniversary Toolkit
Employing People with Disabilities: ADA National Network Speaks Out
ADA Title I: Employment Requirements
Region 6: Promoting Worksite Wellness and Health Among Persons With Disability (Project WorkWell): Role of ADAAA to Counteract Obesity in the U.S.
Region 8: Human Resource Professionals--Community of Practice
Region 6: Pilot Study of a Tool to Screen Individuals With Cancer for Vocational Rehabilitation
Region 5: The Punch-in Network and Online Social/professional Networking Amongst Youth With Disabilities
Region 3: Americans With Disabilities Act Compliance: An Exploration of Barriers and How Individuals Gain Information on the ADA
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: Development of the reasonable accommodation factor survey: Results and implications.
Region 3: Employers use of workplace reasonable accommodations for retaining employees with disabilities.
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 8: Improving Employment Practices for People with Disabilities: A Community of Practice
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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