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2010 ADA Standards - New!
2010 ADA Standards - New!
Based on the 2010 updated Department of Justice regulation under the ADA, this course provides an overview of the changes in the regulations, effective dates for new construction and alteration, provisions for new construction, provisions for...
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Accessible Voting Places
Accessible Voting Places
This course provides an overview of many of the laws covering accessible voting, common barriers to voting, and physical requirements for accessible voting places. In addition, this training offers effective solutions that can be used to make...
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Disability Awareness and Etiquette
Disability Awareness and Etiquette
This course is focused on disability awareness and etiquette designed to help everyone understand the magnitude of the disability community, provide a better understanding of proper language to use when addressing people with disabilities, and...
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Service Animals and the ADA
Service Animals and the ADA
This course defines service animals and the rights and responsibilities of service animal handlers under the ADA, as well as the differences between service animals, emotional support animals, and therapy animals. For keyboard users:...
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Title I Overview
Title I Overview
Title I can create many questions for employers. This course attempts to break down employer responsibilities and provide guidance for reasonable accommodations, effective communication, essential job functions, and service animals. In...
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Title II Overview
Title II Overview
Purpose and spirit of Title II, along with detailed information for compliance on Title II entities, will be discussed in this course. Clarification of terms such as ‘undue burden’, ‘direct threat’, and ‘significant risk’ will also be...
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Title III Overview
Title III Overview
Purpose and spirit of Title III, along with detailed information of compliance on Title III entities, will be discussed in this course. Clarification of such terms as ‘reasonable accommodations’, and ‘undue burden’ will be discussed,...
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