2022 Virtual ADA Conference for State and Local Governments

Event Dates: May 3rd – 5th, 2022
Free Web Event
This is a FREE Virtual Conference. There are a limited number of registrations. The conference registration will close when all available spaces are filled.
The Virtual ADA Conference will be held via the ZOOM Web Meeting Platform.

Questions and/or accommodation requests should be directed to:
State ADA Coordinator’s Office
404-657-7313 (voice)
404-657-9993 (TTY)
Group.GeorgiaADA@gsfic.ga.gov (email)

Registration link: https://bit.ly/3Nwj2Ly

Event Details:
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act calls on State and Local governments to ensure that qualified individuals with physical and mental disabilities are afforded equal access to participate in those programs, services, and activities offered by state and local governments.

Successful ADA coordination and implementation requires a strong commitment from government leaders to ensure that our programs, services, and activities are readily accessible to individuals with disabilities. This commitment involves ensuring that those officials responsible for ADA compliance possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to be successful in their duties.

For this purpose, the Georgia State ADA Coordinator’s Office is hosting a three-day ADA Conference: “The 2022 Virtual ADA Conference for State and Local Governments.”

Presenters from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the State of Georgia, the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI), Evan Terry Associates, Equip for Equality, the Job Accommodation Network (JAN), the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities (NCCDD), and Grace Anthony Counseling will provide the latest information on the ADA regulations, accessibility standards, implementation strategies, and best practices for State and local government entities.

Who should attend?:
This conference is intended for State and local government agency ADA Coordinators, program officials, facility administrators, human resources professionals, and other individuals with ADA compliance responsibilities under Title I and/or Title II. Our goal is to make sure participants get useful information that is applicable to their work, and the session schedule is designed to meet the needs of attendees from these varied occupations and backgrounds.

Continuing education credit is available.