The Great Lakes ADA Center is pleased to offer a variety of conferences and training
opportunities regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Programs highlighted
on this website are either conducted by and/or sponsored by the Great Lakes ADA
Center as a member of the ADA National Network.
The ADA National Network provides a comprehensive set of services for up-to-date
information, consultation, referrals, resources, and training on the Americans with
Disabilities Act for businesses, employers, governmental entities, service providers
and individuals with disabilities.
This series brings together the ADA National Network, National Center on Accessibility (NCA), the LEAD Program with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and The Smithsonian Institution. The goal is to share their acquired knowledge and expertise in creating equal access and opportunity for people with disabilities in the areas of Arts and Recreation with the broader community. Sessions will focus on legal compliance issues, best practices in the field and practical "how to's" across a broad range of topics. The intended audiences include but are not limited to ADA Coordinators, Program Administrators and the Staff, Volunteer Program Administrators, Federal, State and Local Government Agencies and disability advocates.
Next Session: Managing for Accessibility Throughout the Acquisition Lifecycle
9/29/2020 - 1:00 PM EST
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