Self-Evaluations and Transition Plans: Some Considerations (2-16-17)

Presented by the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center

Are you one of those public entities that are slightly behind in doing a self-evaluation and transition plan? Are you asking yourself, "What is a self-evaluation and transition plan?" Well then, this is the session for you. All public entities subject to Title II of the ADA must complete a self-evaluation. For public entities that have 50 or more employees, there is also a requirement to have in place a transition plan that addresses structural changes that are necessary for achieving program accessibility. Learn more about how to approach conducting a self-evaluation and how to integrate the information gathered into a transition plan.


Sally Conway
Former Deputy Chief, Disability Rights Section, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice

Be sure to check out the companion session to this webinar:

ADA Coordinators: Roles & Responsibilities


Self-Evaluations and Transition Plans: Some Considerations - Archive

Serl-Evaluations and Transition Plans: Some Considerations - Transcript

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