ADA: Access Currents: Correction (Webinar Date)

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Note: The date of the next Access Board webinar, which will feature an open question answer session with Board accessibility specialists, has changed to September 4 (instead of September 5). It will be held from 2:30 to 4:00 (ET). The July/August issue of the Board's newsletter, "Access Currents," issued earlier today did not indicate the revised date. The corrected version of this newsletter item is provided below.

Upcoming Board Webinar: Open Question and Answer Session

The next webinar in the Board's free monthly series will take place September 4 from 2:30 to 4:00 (ET) and will feature an open question and answer session with Board accessibility specialists. Questions are welcome on the Board's accessibility requirements and rulemaking activities, including the ADA and ABA Accessibility Standards, the Section 508 Standards, new standards being developed for medical diagnostic equipment, public rights-of-way accessibility, and other topics related to the Board's work. Participants can submit questions in advance or during the webinar. For more information, including registration instructions, visit

The webinar series is made available in cooperation with the ADA National Network. Archived copies of previous Board webinars are also available on the site. Webinar attendees can earn continuing education credits (CEUs).



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thumbnail image Michele S. Ohmes is an Americans with Disabilities Act specialist and wheelchair user who works with public works departments, facility managers, and contractors. Her design manual — ADA and Accessibility: Let's Get Practical — is available on CD-ROM through the American Public Works Association's Web site. Author's note: Michele & Associates does not render legal advice and has no enforcement authority regarding the ADA or other federal disability-rights legislation.