Monthly ADA Audio Conferences
Upcoming ADA Audio Conference
May ADA Audio Conference: Turning 26: A Review of the Current State of ADA Research - Attend "online" or at a site location near you on May 17th
(05.04.16) This month’s audio conference features researchers Robert Gould and Sarah Parker-Harris from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) who have been working on an extensive review of research involving the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Find a HOSTED site location near you.
Audio Conference Materials
If you are looking for the materials from the most recent session, you will find them here: https://iu.box.com/adaindiana. (We will only keep the most recent session materials as the ADA National Network will provide the files and materials with the archive of the session.)
If you have any difficulty downloading or accessing the materials, please contact us.
ADA-Indiana's ADA Audio Conference Program
For several years, ADA-Indiana has provided support to local community organizations to host the ADA National Network's Annual ADA Audio Conference program. ADA-Indiana receives funding from the Great Lakes ADA Center and the Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities to provide this valuable service.
Why go to the HOSTED site location?
One of the benefits in attending the ADA Audio Conference session at one of ADA-Indiana's site locations is that it provides an opportunity for individuals to make connections with other advocates in their own community.
But if you CAN'T make it to a site location
If you can't make it to one of the HOSTED site locations, you can always participate in the session on your own, either by registering for the telephone option (low-cost), or through the streaming audio or real-time captioning services (free). You can find out more through the ADA National Network's ADA Audio Conference website.
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: