Best Practices for Businesses
Businesses and other public places should comply with ADA not because of fear of lawsuits, but because it’s the right thing to do. Accessibility accommodations don’t give people with disabilities special rights; they provide equal access and equal accommodations to afford everyone equal rights to which they’re entitled. Making facilities and public places accessible to more customers, patrons and potential employees is just good business. The links provided offer a world of information for the business community. Please contact us with any questions. We can also provide technical assistance and assess your facility to provide guidance on accessibility.
- ADA Best Practices Tool Kit for State and Local Governments
- Job Accommodations Network
- FEMA Emergency preparedness Office of Disability Integration & Coordination
- United States Department of Labor Office of Disability Employment Policy
- An online ADA course for businesses – Reaching Out to Customers with Disabilities
- Ten Small Business Mistakes – This thirteen-minute video identifies common mistakes that small businesses make when trying to comply with the ADA and addresses the importance and value of doing business with 50 million people with disabilities.
- Employment Best Practices
- Making Accessibility Real: A Guide for Planning Meetings, Conferences and Gatherings
- Rocky Mountain ADA
- ADA Frequently Asked Questions Handbook
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