ADA Resources for the Individual
Resources from the Great Lakes ADA Center
The Great Lakes ADA Center is one of the ten Regional ADA Centers, collectively called the ADA National Network, funded by through the Administration on Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Regional ADA Centers provide free technical assistance and training on the ADA. (The Great Lakes ADA Center services the State of Indiana, and is also one of the funding sources for the work of ADA-Indiana.)
Have a question about your rights under the ADA? Call Great Lakes ADA Center at (800) 949-4232.
- Visit the website of Great Lakes ADA Center! You'll find information about upcoming trainings and new resources on their Publications page.
- The Great Lakes ADA Center also hosts the Monthly ADA Audio Conference and three webinar series where you can learn about specific ADA topics from national experts.
- ADA Basic Building Blocks - Want to learn the basics of the ADA at your own pace? Go to the popular online course from the ADA National Network.
Specific Topics under the ADA
- Employment and the ADA? Visit our ADA-Indiana resource page on Title I and Employment.
- The U.S. Department of Justice maintains the ADA.gov website - The U.S. Department of Justice provides numerous resources on Title II (local and state programs and services) and III (public accommodations like stores, restaurants, and other) of the ADA. They also maintain the enforceable ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
- The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center is a great resource on accessible transportation. Please visit our Transportation resource page as well.
- ADA-Indiana has also developed resource pages on other topics: Voting, Emergency Preparedness, Technology, and Service Animals.
Can't find a resource or materials on your interest in the Americans with Disabilities Act? Maybe we can help, contact us by email or by phone (1-800-825-4733).
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: