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THE ADA INFORMER - QUARTERLY E-NEWSLETTER

October 2022

In This Issue:
  • Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! 
    • Join the State ADA Coordinator’s Office in Supporting and Celebrating NDEAM!
    • Interview with the Team Leader of the NDEAM Georgia Coalition, Doug Crandell 
    • Fall 2022 NDEAM Webinar Series
    • Our Assistant State ADA Coordinator serves as a panelist, 2022 MEGA Meeting, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction (A/E/C) industry
  • Live without Limits! Celebrating People with Disabilities Living Life to the Fullest
  • Communicable Diseases Update
  • ADA and Disability-related Legal Updates
  • State of Georgia Agency ADA Coordinator Spotlight
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act
    • ADA Title I - Employment
  • Facilities Access Considerations 
    • The ADA’s Impact on Accessible Design Standards in the Workplace
    • Our Senior ADA Architect attends the 2022 GASFA Fall Conference
  • Accessible Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
    • AccessGA
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Helpful Resources
    • Employment Support for Individuals with Disabilities
  • Mental Health Wellness
    • Suicide Prevention
  • ADA Training and Event Opportunities
  • In The News
  • January 2023 Issue of The ADA Informer – Sneak Peek!
Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)!
The poster is rectangular in shape with a black colored chalkboard background overlaid with mathematical equations. In the center of the poster, on a diagonal, is a black rectangle bordered by small teal, yellow and red rectangles. It features the 2022 NDEAM theme, (Disability: Part of the Equity Equation,) along with an equation composed of several graphics: a circular photo of a woman in a wheelchair working at a computer with colleagues, followed by a plus sign, followed by a square image of a woman who uses crutches viewing a document with a colleague, followed by an equal sign, followed by a light bulb icon. Across the top of the rectangle in small, white letters are the words National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Along the bottom in small white letters is the hashtag “NDEAM” followed by ODEP’s website address, dol.gov/ODEP. In the lower right corner in white lettering is the DOL seal followed by the words (Office of Disability Employment Policy United States Department of Labor.)
Join the State ADA Coordinator's Office in Supporting and Celebrating NDEAM!
Proud Supporters of National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2022
The State ADA Coordinator’s Office of the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission Joins Broad Effort to Observe National Disability Employment Awareness Month - 2022

The State ADA Coordinator’s Office of the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission officially announced its participation in National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October. The purpose of National Disability Employment Awareness Month is to educate about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America's workers with disabilities. This year's theme is “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation," which recognizes the important role people with disabilities play in a diverse and inclusive American workforce.

The history of National Disability Employment Awareness Month traces back to 1945 when Congress enacted a law declaring the first week in October each year "National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week." In 1962, the word "physically" was removed to acknowledge the employment needs and contributions of individuals with all types of disabilities. In 1988, Congress expanded the week to a month and changed the name to National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

Reflecting this year's theme, throughout the month, the State ADA Coordinator’s Office of the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission will be engaging in a variety of activities to educate its internal and external customers on disability employment issues and its commitment to an inclusive work culture. These efforts include participation in the NDEAM Georgia Coalition, the inclusion of NDEAM-related resources and guidance in the office’s October quarterly e-newsletter, The ADA Informer, as well as a featured interview with Doug Crandell, Advancing Employment Director, participating in weekly webinars, sharing of the NDEAM poster with all ADA partners, and providing resources to assist individuals with disabilities who are seeking employment.

"The State ADA Coordinator’s Office of the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission is proud to be a part of this year's National Disability Employment Awareness Month," said Stacey Valrie Peace, Esq., State ADA Coordinator. "We want to spread the important message that we value all workplace contributions and perspectives, which includes those of individuals with disabilities."

Employers and employees in all industries can learn more about how to participate in National Disability Employment Awareness Month and ways they can promote its messages — during October and throughout the year — by visiting The Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy website.

Below are some ways you and your agency can celebrate and observe NDEAM: 
  • Order your free National Disability Employment Awareness Month posters at www.dol.gov/NDEAM
     
  • Share via Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter how you and your agency are observing National Disability Employment Awareness Month.  Make sure to include the hashtag #NDEAM and/or website link: www.dol.gov/NDEAM
     
  • During National Disability Employment Awareness Month share with your social media and network groups images of what workplace inclusion looks like at your agency. Remember to include the hashtag #NDEAM and/or website link: www.dol.gov/NDEAM    
We hope you will join us in sharing the importance of NDEAM with your employees, customers, clients, and colleagues. 

Thank you,
Stacey Valrie Peace
Stacey Valrie Peace, Esq.
State ADA Coordinator

Interview with Doug Crandell, Team Leader of the NDEAM Georgia Coalition

Doug Crandell, M.F.A, Director, Advancing Employment with the Institute on Human Development and Disability at the University of Georgia and Senior Consultant with Griffin-Hammis Associates, sits down for an interview with Cheryl Ann Frazier, Assistant State ADA Coordinator, to discuss the importance of equal employment opportunities and the National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

Doug Crandell and Cheryl Ann Frazier on a virtual interview
 
Please click this link to access the interview with Doug Crandell 
(MP4 - 
Please access this interview by using Media Player.)

Please click this link to access the Transcript of the interview with Doug Crandell - NDEAM (PDF)

Click to see Doug Crandell's Bio (PDF)
 

Fall 2022 NDEAM Webinar Series Schedule

1. Tuesday, October 4th, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Topic: Georgia’s Coalition for NDEAM and Disability and Economics
Speaker(s): Doug Crandell, MFA, Advancing Employment Director

Description: Please join us as we kick-off Georgia’s collaborative observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Hear about how each week has a designated theme, the proclamations taking place, and how the fifteen organizations are turning awareness into action. The agenda for the Carter Center event on October 27th will be shared as the capstone to the NDEAM initiatives in Georgia. In addition, the topic of Disability and Economics will be discussed. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to start NDEAM in Georgia off right!
Click here to Register
 
2. Tuesday, October 11th, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Topic: Employment Success Stories
Speaker(s): Various Guests

Description: Please join us as we have a conversation with three Georgia employees from different parts of the state as they share their employment journeys. All three have unique journeys that will support learning for job seekers and their families, providers and employers. There will be an opportunity to hear their stories and then ask questions. We hope to amplify the successes of people throughout the state and through that support more people to find opportunities.
Click here to Register 

3. Tuesday, October 18th, 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Topic: State as Model Employer
Speaker(s): Doug Crandell, MFA, Advancing Employment Director and Rikki David, Louisiana State ADA Coordinator’s Office

Description: How can a state influence the employment rates of people with disabilities? The answer is simple: through leading by example! This session will review the State as Model Employer (SAME) efforts in other states, focusing on how state agencies, not just those related to disability, can accommodate, customize, and prioritize employment initiatives that are inclusive of disability. We will review and discuss the one-pager related to SAME and lay out the plans for a focus group to take place during the Carter Center event on October 27th. Attendees will receive materials that can be used in advocating for SAME in Georgia. We can do this!
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4. Tuesday, October 25th, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Topic: Building Capacity Through Employer Partnerships
Speaker(s): Shannon Webb, InControl Wisconsin, and Molly Cooney, Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities

Description:
Employers have increasing workforce needs. A lot of people with disabilities want jobs. BUT...there are just not enough job coaches to go around! The Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities and Goodwill of North Central Wisconsin will share information about Wisconsin's Partners with Business Initiative (funded through WI Act 323), which supports agencies and employers to develop partnerships that lead to less job coaching support and more natural and paid coworker support.
Click here to Register

Cheryl Ann Frazier, Assistant State ADA Coordinator, served as a panelist for the SMPS 2022 MEGA Meeting

The moderator (Asheya Warren- Center) and panelists (from left to right Veronica Jenkins, Wendy Watkins, Doug Crandell, and Cheryl Ann Frazier at the SMPS MEGA Meeting 2022 - August 30, 2022, at the Georgia Aquarium. -
The photographer is Kyle Cahall.
Cheryl Ann Frazier, Assistant State ADA Coordinator, served as a panelist for the SMPS 2022 MEGA Meeting regarding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction (A/E/C) Industry.

MEGA Meeting is an annual Architecture/Engineering/Construction (A/E/C) Industry event that was started by SMPS Atlanta over 20 years ago. Multiple industry organizations come together every year to put on this event at the GA Aquarium.
 
The participating organizations this year were:
  1. ABC of GA
  2. ACEC of GA
  3. AGC of GA
  4. DBIA Southeast Region
  5. SAME
  6. SMPS Atlanta
SMPS MEGA Meeting 2022 attendees networking - Georgia Aquarium - August 30, 2022, with the Beluga Whales pictured & Cheryl Ann Frazier speaking on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, including Mental Wellness - SMPS MEGA Meeting August 30, 2022 - Georgia Aquarium - The photographer is Kyle Cahall.
SMPS MEGA Meeting 2022 attendees networking - Georgia Aquarium - August 30, 2022, with the Beluga Whales pictured & Cheryl Ann Frazier speaking on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, including Mental Wellness - SMPS MEGA Meeting August 30, 2022 - Georgia Aquarium.
The photographer is Kyle Cahall.
“There is no shortage of work in the A/E/C industry; what there seems to be is a shortage of people. Workforce is a big question mark for many of our firms. From where do we find great candidates and, how do we create an environment that fosters retention and employee wellness? This year’s MEGA meeting focused on those important topics with a dynamic panel of workforce professionals who are experts in outside-of-the-box hiring practices, creating inclusive and accessible workplaces, and addressing employee mental health.” Angel Jones, CPSM, Marketing and Business Development Director for SLS Consulting/ Director-at-large of the Programs committee for the SMPS Atlanta board, 2022 Chair for the MEGA Meeting
 
The panel discussion was led by Asheya Warren, CPSM, founder and principal of PRAXIS | Marketing & Communications for professional services marketing (praxis-psm.com), a professional services marketing consulting firm, and the SMPS National Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Taskforce Chair.

Live without Limits! 
Celebrating People with Disabilities Living Life to the Fullest

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) recognizes the importance of independent living and self-sufficiency. We celebrate the National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), which underscores the right to equal access and workplace opportunities for all persons living with disabilities. We celebrate the right to live without limits and the individuals who inspire us to be the best we can be! In the videos and article below, you will witness individuals living with disabilities while living their lives to the fullest.

Communicable Diseases Update

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ADA and Disability-related Legal Updates

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U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division:

State of Georgia Agency ADA Coordinator Spotlight

Kori Woodward-Dickens, Legal Services Officer/Attorney/ADA Coordinator,
Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL)


Picture of Kori Woodward-Dickens - October 2022 Agency ADA Coordinator Spotlight
Years of service with the State of Georgia – 14+ years

Years of service as an ADA Coordinator for the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning – 2+ years
 
What do you enjoy most about being an ADA Coordinator?
"As an ADA Coordinator, I enjoy working with children and families to ensure that Georgia’s youngest learners have access to high quality educational programs. Every child is unique and helping providers understand how their programs can include children with different ability levels gives me an immense sense of satisfaction and pride for my agency.  At DECAL, we have an entire unit dedicated to Inclusion services. I also look forward to helping DECAL staff and managers navigate the reasonable accommodation process.”

Please tell us about a couple of ADA-related "wins" or initiatives within the Georgia DECAL:
"DECAL Leadership recently participated in a training through the Urban Institute and Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia about how our Agency can use equity to strengthen our programs and services for different types of communities, such as individuals with disabilities. It was exciting to see our leadership explore how disabled individuals experience our programs and services and examine ways that DECAL can make these services more equitable.  We are reassessing our daycare subsidy payment system to ensure that children with disabilities receive quality care with costs that are reflective of the children’s needs and not just solely based on their disability status."

To learn more about our featured State of Georgia Agency ADA Coordinator, Kori Woodward-Dickens, please see her bio below:
Kori Woodward-Dickens is a member of the Legal Division for Bright From the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning also known as DECAL (GA Decal Bright from the Start).  Her primary responsibilities are advising and representing the Child Care Services Unit to ensure the health and safety of children in Georgia childcare programs. She also advises the Human Resources Division on employment law matters including Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act. As an ADA Coordinator, Kori ensures all Georgians have equal access to DECAL’s programs, activities, and services regardless of their disability status. As a state employee for over 14 years, Kori has also served as an attorney for the Department of Community Health and the Department of Human Services. She is originally from Columbus, Ohio, and she is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Juris Doctorate. Kori also loves tennis, yoga, swimming, and spending time with her family. 

“Kori serves as a proactive Agency ADA Coordinator. Most impressive is her attention to detail and follow-up on any ADA case she is reviewing. It is her intent to ensure she has assessed each detail of a concern and compare it with the requirements of the State and federal laws to provide the best service to her agency’s internal and external customers. She is meticulous and comprehensively engaged with ensuring equal access for all programs, services, and activities offered by DECAL. Kori is a joy to work with, and she is an exemplary model for the expectations of an ADA Coordinator! We thank Kori for her dedicated service to the State of Georgia.” - Cheryl Ann Frazier, Assistant State ADA Coordinator.
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Are you proud of the work you are doing as a State of Georgia Agency ADA Coordinator? Would you like us to spotlight you in The ADA Informer?  If so, please contact the State ADA Coordinator’s Office at:
 
Office: 404- 657-7313
TTY: 404-657-9993
Email:  Group.GeorgiaADA@gsfic.ga.gov
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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

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ADA Title I - Employment

Facilities Access Considerations - The ADA's Impact on Accessible Design Standards in the Workplace

Although Employee Work Areas are generally exempted from the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design for new construction and alterations per 203.9, because they are covered under Title I of the ADA, they are therefore to be responsive to the results of the interactive process of Reasonable Accommodation for each employee.

There are a few conditions for this 203.9 general exemption for all Employee Work Areas.
  • Approach – which requires that employees must be able to have 402 compliant Accessible Routes to their work area.
  • Entry – which requires that employees must be able to enter their work area, compliant with 404 Doors, Doorways, and Gates details.
  • Exit – which requires that a 207 compliant Accessible Means of Egress aligning with the IBC requirements be provided for each employee work area, including wiring for audible and visible alarms in each work area.  No turning space is required in them.
Access for Approach, Entry, and Exit
  • Additionally, if the Employee Work Area is greater than one thousand square feet it must have an Accessible Route throughout the area along Common Use Circulation Paths.
Common Use Circulation Paths
  • If employee-only parking is provided, it must have accessible Parking spaces and access aisles compliant with 208 size (including vans), quantity and location, and 502 details of design.
  • Employee Break Rooms are NOT exempted from 2010 ADA 212 & 606 Sinks and 226 & 902 Dining and Work Surfaces compliance.
  • Neither are Employee Toilet Rooms exempted from 2010 ADA 213 & 603 compliance.
  • Employee Work Areas - Equipment or Service Circulation is exempted from 2010 402 compliance in various areas throughout the Standards, unless it is the only means of entry or access to an employee work area or entry into the facility.

Steve Jones, Senior ADA Architect, Attends the
2022 GASFA Fall Conference

Steve Jones, Senior ADA Architect, State ADA Coordinator's Office, and Kellie Fletcher, Project Manager, BDR Partners at the 2022 GASFA Fall Conference 
GASFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing and enhancing the leadership, education and professionalism of facility managers employed in the State government of Georgia.  

Steve Jones, Senior ADA Architect, attended the GASFA conference September 26-28 in Augusta, GA.

Accessible Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

AccessGA Georgia's Accessible ICT Project Logo
AccessGA is a joint project of the State ADA Coordinator’s Office – Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission, Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) and Georgia Tech's Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation (CIDI). AccessGA’s purpose is to support State of Georgia agencies with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility, promoting equal and timely access for employees and customers with a wide range of disabilities. Access GA
  • Creating Accessible Documents - Archived Webinar and Accessible PowerPoint Presentation - August 17th, 2022  
    During this virtual training, a basic overview was given on how to create accessible Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and PDF Documents. Specific “how to” instructions were provided on how to ensure these file types are created accessible from the beginning. Instruction was also provided on how to check for, and fix, the accessibility of an existing document. Addressing each type of file, attendees learned how to leverage the built-in accessibility tools in order to generate a document that passes the Accessibility Checker, meets compliance and best practice for individuals with disabilities.

Emergency Preparedness

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Sherman Gillums, Jr. appointed to serve as Director for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Office of Disability Integration and Coordination – August 15th, 2022.

The office serves to ensure the agency’s commitment to equity and inclusion of people with disabilities before, during, and after disasters. In his role, Gillums will provide program and policy guidance to the administrator while leading the workforce in supporting equitable access of programs and services for people with disabilities.

“People with disabilities are disproportionately impacted by natural disasters and FEMA’s people-first approach mandates that we are consistently identifying ways to provide all survivors with resources they can access in ways that meet their needs,” said Administrator Criswell. “We are proud to have Mr. Gillums join the FEMA workforce, leading our disability integration team, to build and expand on our efforts to serve people with disabilities in preparedness, response and recovery.”
 

DHS Announces Funding Allocations for FY22 Preparedness Grants
On August 17th, 2022, Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro N. Mayorkas, announced final allocations for $550 million for seven Fiscal Year 2022 competitive preparedness grant programs. These allocations, together with the almost $1.5 billion in non-competitive grant funding announced earlier this year, total more than $2 billion in FY 2022 to help prepare our nation against man-made threats and natural disasters.

CACP Researcher Receives Grant to Study Inclusive Emergency Alerts

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Salima LaForce,  Senior Policy Analyst for the Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP), and collaborators Dara Bright, Research Technician for CACP, and Johan Rempel, ICT/UX Quality Assurance Manager with the Georgia Tech’s Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) will work with the RAND Center to collect data on how well Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) messages reach people with disabilities during testing. They intend to find out how many cellphone users received test messages, what language it was in, and other information. They will especially look at information such as race and ethnicity, language, and disability to determine whether those factors affect the ability of cell-phone users to receive timely emergency alerts in a format accessible to them.

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Helpful Resources

Employment Support for Individuals with Disabilities
  • AbilityLinks helps persons with disabilities find jobs. AbilityLinks connects a dynamic talent pool of applicants with disabilities to a network of employers that value disability inclusion. Each member company adds a company page to help others learn more about their business. The jobs the company posts appear on the page. Companies receive applications and can search resumes. Qualified candidates with disabilities can then post resumes and apply for jobs.
  • ​​​​​​​Advancing Employment is dedicated to building a community for inclusive employment in Georgia. It is here where individuals with disabilities, their families, service providers, and others interested in employment can learn and connect with one another.
  • Disabledperson.com is a public charity organization whose primary focus is disability employment.
  • DiversityWorking.Com lets you search from 550,000 ACTIVE and NON-REPLICATED jobs and post your resume directly to Diversity Working.com, whereby thousands of recruiters can contact you directly.
  • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, transgender status, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information.
  • Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity is committed to eradicating unlawful discrimination in state government through its civil rights law enforcement authority. The Equal Employment Division is also committed to establishing justice and equal opportunity for all persons seeking employment and/or are currently government employees with the State of Georgia. It also provides educational programs that promote voluntary compliance with equal employment laws.
  • Georgia  Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA) operates five integrated and interdependent programs that share a primary goal -- to help people with disabilities to become fully productive members of society by achieving independence and meaningful employment.
  • ​​​​​​​The Harkin Institute for Public Policy & Citizen Engagement works to advance Senator Tom Harkin’s legacy within the realm of disability rights and employment. Much of this focus has been on advancing opportunities for those with disabilities in the international community. The annual Harkin International Disability Employment Summit, which began in 2016, brings together individuals from various sectors and across the globe to identify and create strategies to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
  • Job Accommodation Network is a service of the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) of the U.S. Department of Labor. JAN is one of several ODEP projects. JAN's mission is to facilitate the employment and retention of workers with disabilities by providing employers, employment providers, people with disabilities, their family members and other interested parties with information on job accommodations, self-employment and small business opportunities and related subjects. JAN's efforts are in support of the employment, including self-employment and small business ownership, of people with disabilities.
  • U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy provides national leadership by developing and influencing disability-related employment policy and practices affecting the employment of people with disabilities.
  • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Job Applicants and the Americans with Disabilities Act - Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) makes it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against a qualified applicant or employee with a disability. The ADA applies to private employers with 15 or more employees and to state and local government employers. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces the employment provisions of the ADA. 

Mental Health Wellness

NAMI National Alliance on Mental Illness
Mental Illness Awareness Week
 
Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) runs from October 2–8, 2022 and coincides with additional related events:
 
Tuesday, Oct. 4: National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness Recovery and Understanding
Thursday, Oct. 6: National Depression Screening Day
Monday, Oct. 10: World Mental Health Day
 

Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention - Call or text 988 - Someone will answer to assist!
World Suicide Prevention Day was held on Saturday, September 10, 2022. As a collaborative collective, we acknowledge that Suicide Prevention should be discussed each day. In our October 2022 newsletter, we have carved out space to continuously proclaim the vital regard for Suicide Prevention. Please click on the links below for useful tips and information.

Call or text 988. This new number will allow people to quickly connect with support during a crisis, 24/7, no matter where they live (https://nami.org).

ADA Training and Event Opportunities

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Mid-Atlantic ADA Conference   Job Accommodation Network (JAN) ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program, ADA National Network  

In The News...

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The January 2023 issue of The ADA Informer will focus on Equal Access as a Civil Right.

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