Blending Communities and Their People
Accessology is considered a national leader in providing accessibility consulting services and is dedicated solely to all facets of access compliance. While staying focused on access issues is vital to our firm, it also enables us to provide the best and most current information to our clients. We see this both as good business and good risk management for our clients.
Events and Training
Accessology’s Roundtable Events and Training classes pave the way for organizations to have all of their questions answered and to have a better understanding of the roles and responsibilities to provide access for all under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
All Events and Training presented by Accessology are derived from extensive experience and provide guidance material, Q&A programs, ideas on the implementation of the ADA and Section 504 requirements along with credit fulfillments for a variety of professionals.
Pets and their therapeutic and tangible benefits to society have been researched for centuries. Documentation of working dogs can be traced to the 1750s when a Paris hospital for the blind started training guide dogs. By the 1930s, the German Shepard Dog Association had successfully [...]
Alterations around the world are being made to address the needs of those with sensory processing disorders (SPD). The increasing popularity of silent discos offers a way for those who are easily overstimulated to participate in clubbing events. Another trend in the world of inclusivity [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Pam Shankle (PR Contact) Tel: 972-434-0068 Email: Kristi_Avalos@accessology.com Texas Governor’s Trophy Awarded to Accessology CEO Kristi Avalos Lex Frieden Employment Award (LFEA) awarded to Kristi Avalos for her dedication to accessibility for all. Austin, Texas, October 28, 2021: The Texas Governor’s [...]
If you turn down the lights, stare into a mirror, and say “grandfather clause” three times, a vengeful ADA consultant will appear behind you. That’s a joke, of course, but many who work in accessibility likely wish cursed programs and haunted facilities on those who [...]