JOIN US at The 13th Annual Disability Pride Parade
Continuing the Drive: Inclusion Matters
The overall mission of the Disability Pride Parade is:
To change the way people think about and define “disability”;
To break down and end the internalized shame among people with Disabilities;
To promote the belief in society that Disability is a natural and beautiful part of human diversity
in which people living with Disabilities can take pride.
Learn more at www.DisabilityPrideParade.org.
cost/Registration: no charge but must register at www.ada-audio.org (if you don’t have an account in our system you will be prompted to set up an account prior to registration)
This session will be delivered via Audio Conference and/or webinar platform. Closed captioning is available via the webinar platform.
Questions regarding this program should be directed to 877-232-1990 V/TTY or by email to email@example.comG
The Great Lakes ADA Center in collaboration with the ADA National Network is pleased to announce the October ADA Audio Conference Series Session titled “Introducing the REVISED Title II Action Guide for Self Evaluation and Transition Planning” Do you remember the Title II Action Guide? This was an early resource issued shortly after the passage of the ADA. It was designed to assist local and state governments develop their self-evaluation and transition plans. We are happy to announce that this valuable resource has been updated to reflect the 2010 Standards and revisions to the Title II Regulations!
Join the October ADA Audio Conference session to see a “sneak preview” of the REVISED “Title II Action Guide (TTAG)” which is will now be a web-based resource. The purpose of this resource continues to be helping state and local governments understand their ADA obligations, conduct a self-evaluation, implement changes and develop a transition plan. The TTAG team at the New England ADA Center will provide information on the revised guide and show wire frames (the site is not “Live” yet) showing the content and explain how the site is intended to be used.
Know your rights as it pertains to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Advance Directives, Powers of Attorney and Illinois Living Will Declaration. Q & A to follow presentation.
Last updated: September 30, 2020