(ADA) Americans with Disabilities Act
ADA Title II Tutorial
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Introduction from State ADA Coordinator

Dear Colleagues:

Welcome! Thank you for your interest in the ADA Title II Tutorial. This tutorial is designed to help individuals working in state and local governments understand and comply with their responsibilities under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

As you know, the ADA is a civil rights law that ensures equality for individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public. Within state and local entities, successful coordination of the ADA requires a steadfast commitment from government leadership to provide equal access and opportunities for each and every member of our community. This is achieved when government employees who are responsible for ADA compliance possess the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the safety, rights and well-being of people with disabilities.

This tutorial is designed to be a valuable educational tool for the orientation of ADA coordinators, agency leaders, human resources (HR) and legal professionals, managers, and supervisors. It addresses key ADA-related areas within nine (9) modules. As you work through the modules, please consider how implementing the requirements of the ADA, a civil rights law, is a direct route to creating an inclusive, customer-oriented culture.

It is our hope that you take the time to Register for the ADA Title II Tutorial - FREE and learn more about this Tutorial. We welcome your feedback, questions, and ideas on the tutorial. We also encourage you to utilize the resources referenced throughout this tutorial.

Acknowledgements

Special thanks to the ADA National Network [external website] and the Southeast ADA Center [external website] for their expertise and commitment to this project. This tutorial serves to demonstrate again how the ADA Centers are an indispensable resource for ADA professionals across the nation.

Successful implementation of the ADA is strengthened by ensuring that state and local government programs, services and activities are readily accessible to individuals with disabilities.  Thank you for your commitment and dedication to the goals and ideals of the ADA.

Best Regards and Happy Learning,
Stacey Valrie Peace
State of Georgia ADA Coordinator