Southeast ADA Center, BBI and Great Plains ADA Center Host National ADA Symposium 2015
May 10, 2015
The Southeast ADA Center Team Row 1: Christine Woodell
Row 2 from left to right: Diana Foote, Pamela Williamson, Mary Morder
Row 3 from left to right: Cynthia Smith, Sally Weiss, Christy Dunaway, Cheri Hofmann, Marsha Schwanke
May 10-13, 2015
Hyatt Regency Atlanta,265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Great Plains ADA Center and Southeast ADA Center, members of the ADA National Network.
The National ADA Symposium is the most comprehensive/affordable conference on the Americans with Disabilities Act in the U.S. Over 95% of Symposium attendees report they gained knowledge and skills they could use in their profession and/or communities. This is one conference you cannot afford to miss if you want to stay current on ADA regulations and guidelines and their implementation and best practices.
The 2015 ADA Symposium will embrace the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, July 26th with an opening night reception, catered by Wolfgang Puck, in the new 42,000 square foot Civil and Human Rights Museum.
Join the thousands of individuals from every state and key professions who have benefitted from attending the National ADA Symposium during its 18-year history.
- Cutting edge information on the ADA, including new Department of Justice (DOJ) regulations.
- Dynamic, interactive sessions on a wide-range of ADA related topics.
- Sessions that meet ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program fundamental and elective credits.
- Nationally recognized presenters representing key agencies and organizations involved with the ADA such as: U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Access Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), National Center on Accessibility and the International Code Council.
- Multiple opportunities for networking.
- On-line access to all session handouts for registered participants. Alternate formats of resource materials are available upon request.
Our diverse schedule offers sessions targeted to meet the needs of attendees from a variety of occupations and backgrounds:
- ADA Coordinators
- Business Community
- Code Officials
- Government Officials
- Human Resource Specialists
- Individuals with Disabilities and their Family Members
- Service Providers
Presenters from the Southeast ADA Centers
Special printing for the 2015 National ADA Symposium
Dr. Blanck signing book for 2015 National ADA Symposium participant
Early Bird Registration ends March 20, 2015. The registration fee is $650 prior to March 20, 2015. Registrations received after March 20th will be charged $800. There is an additional fee to attend the pre-conference sessions. For more information, session schedule, and registration, visit National ADA Symposium (adasymposium.org).
Contact For More Information:Great Plains ADA Center
Phone: 573-882-3600 (v/tty)
Web: National ADA Symposium
ADA National Network
Phone: 800-949-4232 (v/tty)
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