September 7, 2017
Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network
 
August 3, 2017
Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network
 
July 6, 2017
Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network
 
This session will provide a refresher on requirements in the ADA and ABA Accessibility Standards for courthouses and courtrooms. Presenters will review provisions in the standards for secured entrances, judges' benches, jury boxes, witness stands, clerk and bailiff stations, spectator seating, holding cells, and other courthouse spaces and elements.
 
June 1, 2017
Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network
 
May 4, 2017
Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network
 
The 2010 ADA Accessibility Standard and the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Standard include provisions for exercise equipment and other elements typically found in a health club or fitness facility. This session will highlight provisions for exercise equipment along with a basic review of the building and facility elements such as toilet and bathing facilities, locker rooms, and other site amenities.
April 6, 2017
Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network
 
March 2, 2017

Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network

February 2, 2017

Presented by the U.S. Access Board and the ADA National Network

Presented by the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center

An effective ADA Coordinator is critical to successful ADA implementation. However, the role and responsibilities of the ADA Coordinator are often both ill-defined and misunderstood. This session clearly outlined the functions of the ADA Coordinator position, the departments and community members the ADA Coordinator should interact with, and how the ADA Coordinator position should fit into the overall structure of a Title II entity.

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January 5, 2017

Presented by the ADA National Network and the U.S. Access Board

This is your chance to get answers to your "burning" questions about either the 2010 ADA Accessibility Standard or the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Standard. After a brief introduction, accessibility specialists will respond to questions submitted during the live session. Come prepared with your questions.

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