2019 Coros ADA Community Grants Program
2019 Coros ADA Grant Recipients
ADA-Indiana, with generous support from the Indiana
Governor's Council for People with Disabilities, is pleased to support two organizations through the 2019 Coros ADA Community
Grants program. The purpose of the program is to promote increased
implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act in Indiana.
Ride-Hailing and Mobility Workshop and Forum
The City of Bloomington’s Council for Community Accessibility was funded to host an all-day training on ride-hailing and mobility management. The project had two components. An informational workshop for policy makers, transportation planners, and disability organizations about incorporating ride hailing services (Uber and Lyft) and other mobility options into public transit, followed by a more “how-to” workshop for people with disabilities and older adults. The featured speaker will be Judy Shanley from the National Center for Mobility Management.
Matching an Untapped Workforce: Available Careers in Health Care
Hamilton Center, a community behavioral health center serving the Terre
Haute area, will collaborate with Indiana State University, Vigo County School Corporation, and others to host a workshop at Union Hospital. The invited participants, youth with disabilities, will be introduced to the various career opportunities in the health care sector in Vigo County. The workshop will feature a speaker on the employment provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and workplace accommodations.
If you have any questions about ADA-Indiana's Coros ADA Community Grants program, please contact Matt Norris, Project Staff, at 812-855-6508 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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