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2010 ADA Standards
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2010 ADA Standards
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...
Accessible Parking
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Accessible Parking
Accessible parking spaces provide access to many places and are important to individuals with disabilities. When state or local governments, businesses and non-profit organizations provide accessible parking spaces, then they are complying with...
Accessible Recreation Facilities
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Accessible Recreation Facilities
The ADA requires that newly constructed and altered state and local government facilities, places of public accommodation, and commercial facilities be readily accessible to individuals with disabilities. Chapter 10 of the 2010 ADA Standards...
Accessible Social Media
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Accessible Social Media
Social media is now the number one way people connect with each other and an estimated 20% of the population has a disability. If your social media content isn’t accessible, you’re significantly limiting your reach and effectiveness on these...
Accessible Transportation
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Accessible Transportation
Accessible transportation allows for millions of Americans to stay connected through increased mobility, regardless of disabilities. In this course, we will examine background information behind the Americans with Disabilities Act as it...
Accessible Voting Places
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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...
ADA History and Overview
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ADA History and Overview
The ADA represents a historic milestone, as it is the first comprehensive civil rights law focused on persons with disabilities. The ADA opens the doors to participation in employment, state and local government programs, public accommodations,...
Addiction, Recovery and the ADA
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Addiction, Recovery and the ADA
The repeated misuse of illegal substances and alcohol can have long-lasting physical and mental health issues, increases risky behavior and can have legal consequences. In this course, we will go over what substance and alcohol misuse is,...
Digital Accessibility
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Digital Accessibility
Laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (CRIPA) play critical roles in safeguarding the rights of people with disabilities, including those...
Disability Awareness and Etiquette
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Disability Awareness and Etiquette
Disability etiquette refers to the set of social conventions and behaviors that individuals can adopt to interact respectfully and inclusively with people who have disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a comprehensive piece...

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