The Great Lakes ADA Center and other members of the ADA National Network host several free webinar series throughout the year. These training webinars provide training in specialized areas including legal, accessible technology, built environment, healthcare, and emergency preparedness.
Free ADA Help
If you have a question about your rights or obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, call the Great Lakes ADA Center: (800) 949-4232.
Registering and Accessing Webinar
The sessions are free, but registration is required. While ADA-Indiana does not coordinate the webinar sessions, we are big fans so we would be happy to answer any questions you might have about the webinar sessions. (The caveat is that the information will be based on our own experience.)
How Do You Access the Webinar?
The webinars are delivered using the popular web conferencing platform Zoom. As you might expect, close attention is paid to the accessibility of the webinars including live captioning, materials in alternative formats, and other accommodations upon request.
Feel free to contact ADA-Indiana staff by phone at (812) 855-6508 or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about the registration process or if you are interested in accessing a particular topic in the archives.
The Great Lakes ADA Center and other members of the ADA National Network provide several webinars each month on a variety of ADA topics. Visit Great Lakes ADA Center's ADA Training website or follow ADA-Indiana on Twitter and Facebook for information about upcoming online sessions and sessions you might have missed.
The AccessibilityOnline webinar series is a joint venture between the ADA National Network and the U.S. Access Board and covers accessibility in the built environment (the "ADA Standards"), information and communication technologies, and transportation. The series is coordinated by the Great Lakes ADA Center.
The Accessible Technology Webinar series is coordinated by the Great Lakes ADA Center. This webinar series focuses on accessibility issues in technology ranging from web accessibility to other emergent topics such as mobile apps, videos, and more.
The Arts N Rec Webinar series is coordinated by the Great Lakes ADA Center. This webinar series focuses on accessibility issues in the arts world (e.g., performance, museums, zoos, exhibitions, concerts, fairs, etc.) and indoor and outdoor recreation activities (e.g., sports, camps and classes, fishing, hiking, camping, races/marathons, etc.).
The Ask an ADA Professional Webinar series is coordinated by the Great Lakes ADA Center: A quarterly program to ask an ADA Professional questions on select topics. The ADA Professionals who will be featured during this series will be drawn from the technical assistance staff within the 10 Centers that comprise the ADA National Network. The sessions are 60-minutes in length. Users can submit questions via the website after they register for a session.
The Emergency Preparedness webinar series is a collaboration of the Pacific ADA Center and the ADA National Network. The series covers various topics around emergency management and preparedness and disability inclusion.
The Health Care and ADA webinar series is a collaboration of the Pacific ADA Center and the ADA National Network. The series covers various topics around access to health care such as phyical accesibility, communication issues, and how the ADA applies to emerging issues such as the opioid addiction.
Other organizations such as the Job Accommodation Network, the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center, and others will periodically host webinar sessions related to the ADA.
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Members of the ADA National Network archive their webinar series. There is no cost to access the archive. The archive usually includes the webinar recording, a transcript, and the session materials. If there is a topic you are interested in finding in the archives, contact ADA-Indiana staff.