Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Services
- ADA education, guidance, and consultation
- Customized disability awareness training, including Windmills©
- ADA Architectural Guidelines (ADAAG) site accessibility assessment
Disability awareness training is designed to enhance awareness of the different ways that people with disabilities communicate, move about, tolerate changes and interactions, and view the world around them. This can help increase their sense of confidence when interacting with their coworkers and other individuals who have disabilities.
Windmills© is a licensed disability awareness training that consists of up to 12 modules designed to reduce attitudinal barriers, perceived limitations, and imposed views of individuals with disabilities in the workforce. The training can be provided to HR specialists, managers, supervisors, and co-workers across all public and private sectors.
An ADA Architectural Guidelines (ADAAG) workplace assessment is a service designed to assist businesses and public entities in identifying barriers in existing facilities based on the 2010 ADA Guidelines for Accessible Design (Title II & Title III of the ADA). This involves a review of the space (building, parking lot, etc.) to determine whether it meets the guidelines and to provide suggestions for readily available barrier removal that can be made.