ADA Roundtable Discussion Event by Accessology

ADA Roundtable Discussion Event by Accessology

Coming Soon: ADA Roundtable Discussion Events in:

• Alabama
• Arizona
• Kentucky
• Louisiana
• New York
• Wisconsin
• and more….

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If you are an ADA coordinator, a transportation planner, a director of public works, parks, human resources, facilities manager, or University, school , or a Title II entity this is you!

Accessology will address the concern over federal funding, transportation and federal highways issues, Department of Justice (DOJ) reviews of your Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) transition plans and much much more.

If you would like to host this FREE event or would like to be notified when and where one will take place, please get in contact with us.

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For more information ADA

Did you know that each municipality in the country is required to have an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan in place? Unfortunately, many municipalities have not completed their transition plan requirements because the task is daunting. Municipalities around the country are under fire from the Department of Justice for not having their ADA Transition Plans complete. Accessology is coming to the area to host a roundtable discussion to talk about what they are, why they’re important, and what your agency can do to comply with the requirements.

Who should attend?

Join us for a FREE two-hour roundtable to learn the basics and get valuable insight on what you need to do, why you need to comply and where to begin!  E-mail to request more information.

ADA Transision PLan Discussion Coming to an area near you


The roundtable will consist of a brief presentation on what is required for Transition Plan development followed by discussion on what unique issues and challenges your agency faces. We will provide strategy, guidance and insight on getting your ADA Transition Plan in place based on our work with other municipalities across the country.

ADA Background Information

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 is a civil rights statute that prohibits discrimination against people who have disabilities. Title II of the Act specifically addresses making public services and public transportation accessible to those with disabilities. Designing and constructing facilities for public use that are not accessible by people with disabilities constitutes discrimination. Governmental agencies and public entities are required to perform ADA self-evaluations of their current facilities. Agencies are then required to develop a Program Access Plan (Transition Plan) to address any deficiencies, or include the following:

The requirements of the ADA apply to all public entities or agencies no matter the size.


Why Should Your Agency Develop a Transition Plan?


About the Facilitators

Accessology Too, LLC’s mission is to help Businesses, Facilities, and Title II Entities remove barriers so that everyone has equal access and opportunities. Founded in 1990, Accessology is now the Nation-wide Leader in helping Title II Entities develop their Transition Plans to ensure compliance, evaluate their Programs, Services & Activities, avoid timely and costly litigation and improve their entity for everyone with every type of ability.

For more information ADA


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Past 2016 Locations and Dates:

January 13, 2016
9:00 to 11:00 AM
21st Floor Conference Room
655 North Franklin Street, Suite 150
Tampa, Florida 33602

January 13, 2016
3:00 to 5:00 PM
Clearwater East Library
Meeting Room A
2251 Drew Street
Clearwater, Florida 33765

City of Mobile, Alabama
City of Montgomery, Alabama
City of Miami, Florida
City of Huntsville, Alabama
City of Pensacola, Florida
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Mecklenburg North Carolina
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Corpus Christi, Texas
Nueces County, Texas
Frankfort, Kentucky
New York Transit (NY/NJ)
Dodge Correctional Institution Waupun, Wisconsin


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