ADA Centers - National Network
The ten regional ADA Centers provide up-to-date information, referrals, resources, and training on all aspects of the ADA to businesses, employers, government entities, and individuals with disabilities, as well as media and news reporters.
800-949-4232 voice/TTY (connects to the center in your region)
More than 7,400 documents on all aspects of the ADA (from employment through transportation and architectural access).
ADA Audio Conferences and Webinars and Podcasts
Monthly audioconferences, bi-monthly webinars and weekly podcasts on various aspects of the ADA, many on employment.
ADA National Symposium
Comprehensive yearly conference on the ADA. Hosted by the Network of ADA Centers
ADA Basic Building Blocks Webcourse
A free introductory webcourse on the basic principles and core concepts in the ADA.
ADA Title II Tutorial
A free web tutorial about the requirements applicable to state and local government under Title II of the ADA.
A partnership between the disability and business communities to promote full and unrestricted participation in society for persons with disabilities through the promotion of technology that is accessible to all.
Department of Justice
The federal agency that provides guidance on and enforces Title II (state and local government services) and Title III (public accommodations and commercial facilities) of the ADA.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
The federal agency that provides guidance on and enforces Title I of the ADA.
Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
Use JAN’s Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR) system to explore accommodation options for people with disabilities from A through Z. Staff consult on specific accommodation needs in a confidential manner. JAN’s services are provided by the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy.
Emergency Evacuation Procedures for Employees with Disabilities
Tax Incentive Package
Information on tax incentives available to businesses to help cover the cost of making access improvements. The first is a tax credit that can be used for architectural adaptations, equipment acquisitions, and services such as sign language interpreters. The second is a tax deduction that can be used for architectural or transportation adaptations.