There’s Plenty More (Free Education) Where That Came From
Six webinars address accessibility to the built environment, information and communication technologies, and transportation.
Stamped Concrete Makes University's Walkway ADA Compliant
Replacing brick walkways with stamped concrete, will help San Antonio College's...
Historic Theater Restoration Provides Improved ADA Accessibility
Extensive improvements are being made to the theater's infrastructure.
Sources Animate Answers to Common Accessibility Questions
Seven free animations help explain design requirements for restrooms, loading...
ADA Accessibility Improvements Made in New York
The Department of Design and Construction has improved pedestrian ramps in lower...
Nightmare Bathroom Scenarios
Toilet paper dispensers can make or break a disabled person’s experience using...
The Not-So-New Definition of ‘Disability’
New language that goes into effect in October requires state and local governments...
City to Spend More Than $1 Billion on Sidewalk Repairs
The nation's second-largest city is rehabilitating 11,000 miles of sidewalk to...
The Americans with Disabilities Act, 26 years later
New publication explains how quality of life has improved since President George...
Sign language for children
Efforts assure disabled children that they have value and are not forgotten. And people from all walks of life work toward a common goal that benefits the whole community.