Authors, Sponsors & Acknowledgemets
This tutorial on Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was collaboratively developed by the ADA National Network [external website] which has been funded since 1991 by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) [external website] to provide information, materials, training, and technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
To contact the ADA Center serving your state, call the national toll-free hotline at 1-800-949-4232.
Thank you to the following people for their countless hours and effort contributed in creating this tutorial:
- Mike Galifianakis, State of Georgia ADA Coordinator - Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
- Stacey Peace, State of Georgia Assistant ADA Coordinator - Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
- Pamela Williamson, Director - Southeast ADA Center
- Sally Z. Weiss, Director of Knowledge Management - Southeast ADA Center
- Shelley Kaplan, former Director - Southeast ADA Center
- Marsha Schwanke, Web Manager -Southeast ADA Center
Thank you to the following groups and individuals for their time in helping to develop and beta-test this tutorial:
- For their significant work to pull the materials together that were used in authoring this tutorial:
- Tim Bromley, Senior ADA Architect - Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
- Mariela Flores, Information and Referral Specialist - Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
- Gena Abraham, State of Georgia Property Officer - Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
- For their enthusiasm in beta testing the tutorial and providing invaluable feedback:
- Marian Vessels, Director and Nancy Horton, Assistant Director - Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
- Wendy Wilkinson, Director and Staff - Southwest ADA Center
- Christine Woodell, Information and Referral Specialist - Southeast ADA Center
- Robert Bean, ADA Coordinator - Sedgwick County, Kansas
Thank you to the following groups and individuals for supporting this tutorial:
- ADA National Network [external website]
The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR [external website]) has established an ADA National Network of ten regional centers on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to provide information, training, and technical assistance to employers, people with disabilities, educational entities, and others with rights and responsibilities under the ADA. Each regional center in the ADA National Network serves as a central, comprehensive resource on ADA issues in employment, public services, public accommodations, communications, and accessible information technology.
Each ADA Center works closely with local business, disability, government, rehabilitation, and education networks to provide ADA information and assistance, placing special emphasis on meeting the needs of small businesses and educational programs. The following services are provided by each ADA Center: Technical Assistance, Education and Training, Materials Dissemination, Information and Referral, Public Awareness, and Local Capacity Building.
- Southeast ADA Center [external website]
The Southeast ADA Center, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University (BBI [external website]), maintains this tutorial. From its regional office in Atlanta, Georgia, the Southeast ADA Center serves as the regional office for the Southeastern U.S. in collaboration with a network of State and Local Affiliates from each of the eight states it serves (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee).