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ADA in the Courtroom: Cases that are Defining the Law

Series: Session 10 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024

This is the last of ten webinars held monthly for 60-minutes in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks from January to October 2024.

Date: October 24, 2024

Time (1 hour):

10:00 – 11:00 am [Eastern] / 9:00 – 10:00 am [Central] / 8:00 – 9:00 am [Mountain] / 7:00 – 8:00 am [Pacific]
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Speaker


Jason Jones

Disability Specialist
University of Kentucky
Human Development Institute

In This Webinar

The presentation will highlight court cases and court decisions relevant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the impact on the civil rights protections of people with disabilities.

This webinar is the last of ten 60-minute sessions in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024 (January to October).

Webinar Format

  • We use Zoom for our virtual platform.
  • Audio is provided through the virtual platform or by phone.
  • Real-time captioning and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting available during the webinar.
  • The webinar will be recorded for archival purposes.

REGISTER

Complete the online form:
REGISTER: 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024
or use the link: https://bit.ly/4th-thursday-ada-talks-2024


Materials and Certificate

Certificate of Participation

For this webinar to receive credit:

  • You must be registered and complete the Post Test Eval.
  • You must attend the entire session (live or archive). Attendance will be verified.

Presentation

A handout of the presentation will be available the day before the webinar.

Recording and Post Test Eval

Unable to join on the day of the webinar?
A captioned archive recording and the link to the Post Test Eval with Certificate will be available in 7-10 business days after the webinar.

Polling Place Accessibility and the ADA

Series: Session 9 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024

This is the ninth of ten webinars held monthly for 60-minutes in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks from January to October 2024.

Date: September 26, 2024

Time (1 hour):

10:00 – 11:00 am [Eastern] / 9:00 – 10:00 am [Central] / 8:00 – 9:00 am [Mountain] / 7:00 – 8:00 am [Pacific]

Speaker

Barry Whaley
Project Director
Southeast ADA Center

In This Webinar

The presentation will provide an overview of the polling place accessibility and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Webinar Format

  • We use Zoom for our virtual platform.
  • Audio is provided through the virtual platform or by phone.
  • Real-time captioning and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting available during the webinar.
  • The webinar will be recorded for archival purposes.

REGISTER

Complete the online form:
REGISTER: 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024
or use the link: https://bit.ly/4th-thursday-ada-talks-2024


Materials and Certificate

Certificate of Participation

For this webinar to receive credit:

  • You must be registered and complete the Post Test Eval.
  • You must attend the entire session (live or archive). Attendance will be verified.

Presentation

A handout of the presentation will be available the day before the webinar.

Recording and Post Test Eval

Unable to join on the day of the webinar?
A captioned archive recording and the link to the Post Test Eval with Certificate will be available in 7-10 business days after the webinar.

Role of the ADA Coordinator in Post-Secondary Education

Series: Session 7 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024

This is the seventh of ten webinars held monthly for 60-minutes in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks from January to October 2024.

Date: July 25, 2024

Time (1 hour):

10:00 – 11:00 am [Eastern] / 9:00 – 10:00 am [Central] / 8:00 – 9:00 am [Mountain] / 7:00 – 8:00 am [Pacific]

Speaker

William Myhill
Director of Disability Access, Adjunct Professor
Syracuse University, Office of Diversity and Inclusions

In This Webinar

The presentation will provide an overview of the role and resources for Coordinators of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in post-secondary education.

Webinar Format

  • We use Zoom for our virtual platform.
  • Audio is provided through the virtual platform or by phone.
  • Real-time captioning and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting available during the webinar.
  • The webinar will be recorded for archival purposes.

REGISTER

Complete the online form:
REGISTER: 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024
or use the link: https://bit.ly/4th-thursday-ada-talks-2024


Materials and Certificate

Certificate of Participation

For this webinar to receive credit:

  • You must be registered and complete the Post Test Eval.
  • You must attend the entire session (live or archive). Attendance will be verified.

Presentation

A handout of the presentation will be available the day before the webinar.

Recording and Post Test Eval

Unable to join on the day of the webinar?
A captioned archive recording and the link to the Post Test Eval with Certificate will be available in 7-10 business days after the webinar.

Food Allergies, ADA, and Employment

Series: Session 1 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024

This is the first of ten webinars held monthly for 60-minutes in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks from January to October 2024.

Date: January 25, 2024

Time: 1 hour

Speaker


Pamela Williamson

Assistant Project Director
Southeast ADA Center

In This Webinar

Food is an important part of our work culture. We celebrate holidays, birthdays, and other special occasions by coming together with our colleagues for a potluck meal and dessert. We meet customers at restaurants to network and seal the deal. We attend conferences and eat the lunch that is included in the registration fee. All of these things can affect the environment in which we work if we are one of the 33 million Americans who have food allergies.

This session will discuss food allergy as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), how to accommodate a person with food allergies in the workplace, and share resources to help employers and employees to address this important issue in the workplace.

Archive

Video Recording

Presentation

Certificate of Participation

For this webinar to receive credit:

  • You must be registered and complete the Post Test Eval.
  • You must attend the entire session (live or archive). Attendance will be verified.

Post Test Eval

ARCHIVE: 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023

Description

Archive of 2023 ADA Talks (10 webinars) that are 60-minutes on topics about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), disability rights, and access.

REGISTER: 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024
or use the link: https://bit.ly/4th-thursday-ada-talks-2024

Hosts

University of Kentucky Human Development Institute (HDI), Southeast ADA Center, and Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University

Certificate of Participation

**For each webinar to receive credit:

  • You must register and view the entire archived webinar (60-minutes). Attendance will be verified.
  • Complete the Post Test Eval.

2023 Webinar Recordings and Materials (10)

Register for 2024 ADA Talks

Complete the online form:
REGISTER: 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2024
or use the link: https://bit.ly/4th-thursday-ada-talks-2024

Contact

Please contact us via phone or email for questions on this virtual series and anytime you have questions on the ADA or disability rights.

Southeast ADA Center Webinars
Email: seadawebinars@syr.edu
Phone: 404-541-9001
Web: DisabilityWebinars.org
Project Web: ADAsoutheast.org

ADA in the Courtroom:
Cases that are Defining the Law

Series: Session 10 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023

Time: 1 hour

Description

This webinar will highlight court cases and court decisions relevant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the impact on the civil rights protections of people with disabilities.

This webinar is the last of ten 60-minute sessions in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023 (January to October).

Speaker

Jason Jones
Disability Specialist
University of Kentucky
Human Development Institute

Certificate of Participation

**Must be: registered; attendance verified for the webinar (live or archive); and Post Test with Evaluation completed to receive Certificate of Participation for the webinar. Attendance will be verified.

Video Recording [1 hour, captioned, ASL]

Presentation

Archive Post Test Eval and Certificate

Digital Access: Breaking I.T. Down

Series: Session 9 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023

Time: 1 hour

Description

Go on a digital access road trip from exploring the “landscape” of the user experience of people with disabilities to steering “roadblocks” with practical “checkpoints” to evaluate the progress on your “destination” to accessible materials.

This webinar is the ninth of ten 60-min sessions in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023 (January to October).

Speaker

Marsha Schwanke
web specialist
Southeast ADA Center

Certificate of Participation

**Must be: registered; attendance verified for the webinar (live or archive); and Post Test with Evaluation completed to receive Certificate of Participation for the webinar. Attendance will be verified.

Presentation

 

ADA and Voting: Overview and Replicating
Tennessee Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Time: Two sessions, each 1.5 hours

Speakers from the Tennessee Disability Coalition

Carrie Carlson
Advocate and Brain Injury Specialist

Donna DeStefano
Assistant Executive Director

Hosted By:

Tennessee Disability Coalition (TDC), Southeast ADA Center, and Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University

Certificate of Participation

**For each session to receive credit:

  • You must be registered for the session.
  • Attend the entire session (live or archive). Attendance will be verified.
  • Complete the Post Test Eval.

Before the Sessions

Participants are requested to learn about the ADA in review of the following two links:

Session 1 of 2.
Overview of Tennessee Train-the-Trainer Workshop on the ADA and Voting

During this first session, participants will learn about Tennessee’s Train-the-Trainer workshop on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Voting, which was conducted virtually in June 2022. The workshop provided information on the ADA National Network and ADA General Requirements; data on voters with disabilities, turnout, impact of pandemic, and barriers; voting rights history, rights/responsibilities, Disability Rights Tennessee polling site survey results, and resources. Presenters will also share their promotional resources, materials provided to registrants pre- and post-workshop, the voter agreement and training verification form, and outcomes of the training.

Materials for Session 1

Archive Video Recording for Session 1
[1.5 hours, captioned, ASL]

Post Test Eval and Certificate for Session 1

Session 2 of 2.
Replicating Tennessee Train-the-Trainer Workshop on the ADA and Voting

This is a follow-up to the August 10 session which presented an overview of the Tennessee’s ADA and Voting workshop. During this session, participants will view a PowerPoint template of Tennessee’s ADA and Voting workshop, which they can use for replication. The session will be interactive, enabling participants to ask questions for clarification as needed. The template content includes: the ADA National Network and ADA General Requirements, data on voters with disabilities, turnout, the impact of pandemic, barriers to voting, voting rights history, rights/responsibilities, polling site survey results, promotional and training materials, and civic engagement resources.

Materials for Session 2

Archive Video Recording for Session 2

Post Test Eval and Certificate for Session 2

Contact

Please contact us via phone or email for questions on this virtual series and anytime you have questions on the ADA or disability rights.

Southeast ADA Center
Email: seadawebinars@syr.edu
Phone: 404-541-9001
Web: adasoutheast.org

Older Americans and Acquired Disabilities

Series: Session 8 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023

Time: 1 hour

Description

This webinar is the eighth of ten 60-min sessions in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023 (January to October). “Understanding Older Adults and Acquired Disability” will explore the complexities of aging populations and the significance of acquired disabilities in older adults. We will also cover various acquired disabilities, their classifications, and prevalent causes and the emotional and psychological impacts of acquired disabilities.

Hosted by:  University of Kentucky Human Development Institute (HDI), Southeast ADA Center, Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University

Speaker

Annamae T. Giles, MSW
Cares Program Coordinator
UNC Chapel Hill School of Social Work

Certificate of Participation

**Must be: registered; attendance verified for the webinar (live or archive); and Post Test with Evaluation completed to receive Certificate of Participation for the webinar. Attendance will be verified.

Video Recording [1 hour, captioned, ASL]

Presentation

Archive Post Test Eval and Certificate

Celebrate. Learn. Share.
ADA Resources for Information, Guidance, and Training

Series: Session 7 – 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023

Time: 1 hour

Speaker

Janice Baldon-Gutter
Senior Adviser on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Southeast ADA Center

Description

In celebration of the 33rd ADA Anniversary, explore, connect and learn about resources, training, and information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and disability rights. This webinar is the seventh of ten 60-min sessions in the 4th Thursday ADA Talks 2023 (January to October).

Hosted by:  University of Kentucky Human Development Institute (HDI), Southeast ADA Center, Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University

Certificate of Participation

**Must be: registered; attendance verified for the webinar (live or archive); and Post Test with Evaluation completed to receive Certificate of Participation for the webinar. Attendance will be verified.

Video Recording [1 hour, captioned, ASL]

Date: July 27, 2023

Presentation

Archive Post Test Eval and Certificate