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Selection os artworks for sale
Art for Sale

We are proud to host artwork from our 24th ADA celebration by local artists with disabilities. Through August 15, the art will be on display and for sale at the Institute for Human Centered Design, Monday-Friday from 10AM-6PM.

More Information about the art sale

Oce Harrison
I love the Talking Information Center Network (TIC)

Oce Harrison, interviewed on TIC Radio Show, ‘Mission Possible’

To learn more and listen to the show

Screen shot from our ADA 20th Anniversary celebration video
Save the Date for the 25th Anniversary of the ADA in Boston!

Celebrate on Boston Common Wednesday July 22, 2015

Watch ADA20 on the Boston Common & more details to come.

ADA march on Washington DC
The ADA Legacy Project

Preserve the past, celebrate the present and educate the future

Celebrate the ADA 25th Anniversary in 2015

Boston City Hall Plaza
New England ADA Field-Based Training Day Recipients Announced!

Boston City Hall, recreation areas, and community centers among awardees.

Read all about them!

New England ADA state affiliates
The New England ADA Center State Affiliates met in Boston

Fo lively and informative networking

Contact your State Affiliate

We provide information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act to individuals, businesses, and government at the local, state and regional levels.

Jill Johanning
Will our registration desk in our hotel meet the ADA requirements if we provide a pull out tray?
Hannah Goodwin
What are good guidelines for having brochures, flyers, or program notes in largeprint or Braille for one time programs in a museum?
Ben Leavitt
How can a “peer” advocate in their own community bring awareness of the ADA regarding architectural accessibility?
Kim Brittenham
A lot of businesses in my town are not accessible for a wheelchair or walker. Does my municipal government have a responsibility to help the shops improve access?
Employer
If a colleague complains of an allergy to a perfume or scent that another colleague is wearing, what steps can be taken? Is there a best practice that can be utilized?

We provide information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act to individuals, businesses, and government at the local, state and regional levels.

Jill Johanning
Will our registration desk in our hotel meet the ADA requirements if we provide a pull out tray?
Hannah Goodwin
What are good guidelines for having brochures, flyers, or program notes in largeprint or Braille for one time programs in a museum?
Ben Leavitt
How can a “peer” advocate in their own community bring awareness of the ADA regarding architectural accessibility?
Kim Brittenham
My state has no certification for service animals. How can we be sure a dog is a service animal?
Employer shakings hands
How do we accommodate colleagues who complain of allergies to service dogs?

We provide information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act to individuals, businesses, and government at the local, state and regional levels.

Jill S. Johanning
A college has individual apartment buildings converted from historic homes. How do I understand the requirements for a number of accessible units in an individual house vs. number of accessible units for this type of housing?
Jillian Shedd
Does a private lot/ landlord have the right to tow a car that does not have the correct criteria of an accessible parking placard or plate?
Ben Leavitt
How do ADA laws differ from state to state in New England regarding architectural accessibility?
Deborah Garneau
Patients want to bring their therapy cats into the hospital, is this allowed under the ADA?
Employer at desk talking with employee
What best practices can you provide in terms of emergency evacuation plans for colleagues with physical disabilities, particularly when elevator use is restricted?
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