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After consulting with the Pacific ADA Center, a corporation that employs more than one hundred thousand people changed its national employment practices so that employees with disabilities can more easily request reasonable accommodations to perform their basic job functions and their supervisors understand what accommodations are necessary.

100K+ people have benefited from the improved implementation of the ADA from Pacific ADA Center's training, TA & resources

42K+ TA consultations on ADA compliance each year to stakeholders throughout the western U.S.

The Pacific ADA Center provides over 42,000 technical assistance consultations annually to public and private stakeholders in federal region 9 on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance. The Center has also trained thousands of public and private-sector hiring managers and supervisors on disability awareness and reasonable accommodation options for disabled employees, which has increased hiring and retention of individuals with disabilities. Accessibility of communities and buildings has also improved as a result of trainings the Center provides to architects, contractors and business owners.

After consulting with the Pacific ADA Center, a corporation that employs more than one hundred thousand people changed its national employment practices so that employees with disabilities can more easily request reasonable accommodations to perform their basic job functions and their supervisors understand what accommodations are necessary.

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