Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can sometimes be tricky business. We want to do right by our students, staff, faculty and visitors with disabilities. Yet, we may not always think through a situation to make sure accessibility issues are considered.
The ADA Case Studies Binder can help get students and staff in the accessibility mindset. By exploring these 40 case studies, along with comprehensive discussion questions, users will be more conscious of compliance issues and more sensitive to the needs of others. And, as a result, your campus will be more welcoming and comfortable for community members with disabilities.
Each of these 40 ADA-specific case studies includes comprehensive discussion questions to help stimulate positive and proactive discussion about how to best serve campus community members with disabilities.
Some of the topics covered include:
- Making events accessible
- Emergencies and people with disabilities
- Service and assistance animals
- Conference housing concerns
- Assistive technology
- Academic accommodations
- Autism and Asperger Syndrome
- Food allergies
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Physical disabilities
- Medication implications
- Impact of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Transportation accessibility
- Learning disabilities
- Accommodations in the workplace
- Visual impairments
- Cultural norms regarding help seeking
- People First Language
- Psychiatric disabilities
- Invisible disabilities
Inside The ADA Case Studies Binder, you'll find training tools to help share this valuable information with appropriate audiences, including:
- Case studies
- Discussion questions
- Additional ADA resources
- All of the materials available for download in PDF format
You can use these resources to:
- Train student leaders so they're more in tune with planning accessible events.
- Use case studies during professional staff development to raise awareness of certain issues.
- Tap into case studies for use in undergraduate, graduate, leadership and/or RA classes.
- Train students doing service work before they go out into the community.
- Hold a case study competition among graduate students and/or professionals.
- Create an in-service program to help participants learn more about creating an accessible campus.
Plus, your purchase includes a site license to share with your staff and campus community – perfect for your remote training initiatives!
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