ADA Today Podcast

This episode features an interview with civil rights attorney John Wodatch, the former chief of the Disability Rights Section at the U.S. Department of Justice who was instrumental in the development of regulations for titles II and III of the ADA, as well as other ADA implementation and enforcement activities.

Transcript: A Conversation with John Wodatch Part 2

This episode features an interview with civil rights attorney John Wodatch, the former chief of the Disability Rights Section at the U.S. Department of Justice who was instrumental in the development of regulations for titles II and III of the ADA, as well as other ADA implementation and enforcement activities.

Transcript: A Conversation with John Wodatch Part 1

This episode features a panel discussion on disability perspectives, from a session at the 2019 Mid-Atlantic ADA Conference in Philadelphia. The guest panelists are Josie Badger, Jessica Benham, and Marian Vessels.

Transcript: Disability Perspectives Roundtable Part 2

This episode features a panel discussion on disability perspectives, from a session at the 2019 Mid-Atlantic ADA Conference in Philadelphia. The guest panelists are Josie Badger, Jessica Benham, and Marian Vessels.

Transcript: Disability Perspectives Roundtable Part 1

This episode takes a look at reassignment in employment, a unique form of reasonable accommodation, and how courts have interpreted its implementation.

Transcript: Reassignment as a Reasonable Accommodation in Employment

Join us for a discussion of requirements and policies related to wearing face masks and face coverings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Transcript: COVID-19, Face Mask Policies, and Title II and Title III of the ADA

Annie Tulkin joins us to discuss how the pandemic is affecting students with disabilities. Learn more:
Web: AccessibleCollege.com
Twitter: @AcssCollege
Facebook: @AccesibleCollege

Transcript: COVID-19 and College

Jonathan Martinis joins to talk about supported decision-making and the case of Jenny Hatch.

Transcript: Supported Decision-Making

Nancy Horton joins the podcast to discuss the ADA Education and Reform Act. While this bill is unlikely to pass Congress, similar “notification” bills will likely appear in the future.

Transcript: Notification Acts and H.R.620

Dr. Lisa Iezzoni joins us to discuss recent action by the Department of Justice regarding accessible medical diagnostic equipment.

Transcript: What Is Accessible Medical Equipment?