ADA Compliance

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There’s Plenty More (Free Education) Where That Came From

Six webinars address accessibility to the built environment, information and communication technologies, and transportation. More

Stamped Concrete Makes University's Walkway ADA Compliant
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Stamped Concrete Makes University's Walkway ADA Compliant

Replacing brick walkways with stamped concrete, will help San Antonio College's... More

Historic Theater Restoration Provides Improved ADA Accessibility
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Historic Theater Restoration Provides Improved ADA Accessibility

Extensive improvements are being made to the theater's infrastructure. More

Sources Animate Answers to Common Accessibility Questions
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Sources Animate Answers to Common Accessibility Questions

Seven free animations help explain design requirements for restrooms, loading... More

ADA Accessibility Improvements Made in New York
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ADA Accessibility Improvements Made in New York

The Department of Design and Construction has improved pedestrian ramps in lower... More

Nightmare Bathroom Scenarios
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Nightmare Bathroom Scenarios

Toilet paper dispensers can make or break a disabled person’s experience using... More

The Not-So-New Definition of ‘Disability’
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The Not-So-New Definition of ‘Disability’

New language that goes into effect in October requires state and local governments... More

City to Spend More Than $1 Billion on Sidewalk Repairs
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City to Spend More Than $1 Billion on Sidewalk Repairs

The nation's second-largest city is rehabilitating 11,000 miles of sidewalk to... More

The Americans with Disabilities Act,  26 years later
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The Americans with Disabilities Act, 26 years later

New publication explains how quality of life has improved since President George... More

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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. More

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