Creating Accessible Recreational Gaming

Games can be a tremendously enriching experience for people of all ages and abilities. As the board game industry has expanded and diversified their products for a broader audience, there is wider application for educational and community recreational programming. Unfortunately, inaccessible design too often limits interest in game-related community events. In this session, you will […]

AARP (American Association of Retired Persons): Livable Communities

A livable community is one that is safe and secure; it offers choices in where to live and how to get around; and it equitably serves residents of all ages, ability levels, incomes, races, ethnicities, and other backgrounds. AARP Livable Communities supports the efforts of neighborhoods, towns, cities, and rural areas to be great places for people […]

Managing Risk and other Legal Requirements for Businesses Under ADA Title III

Capital One leverages a process mindset to manage risk within their ADA Title III program. In this presentation, they will share why it is important to manage, measure, and remediate risks within the ADA program, while remaining compliant with other regulations. Through case studies of ADA accommodations, they will engage the audience to discuss best practices. Presenters: Carin Coates is a process owner for Capital One’s ADA Enterprise Team, Language and […]

Annual Mid-Atlantic ADA Conference

Thanks to all our wonderful participants, volunteers, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors who made our recent event in Alexandria, Virginia a huge success! Stay tuned for information on future conferences! Questions? Contact: Mid-Atlantic ADA Center 1-800-949-4232 V/TTY in DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, WV or 301-217-0124 or email The Mid-Atlantic ADA Center is a project […]