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Register: 2021 National ADA Symposium

Save the date for the 2021 National ADA Symposium, a comprehensive conference on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This year the National ADA Symposium is offering two conferences, one onsite (July 26-28, Desert Ridge Marriott Resort in Phoenix, Arizona) and one virtual (August 2-5).

On behalf of the ADA National Network, the Great Plains ADA Center and PHI’s Pacific ADA Center invite you to attend the 2021 National ADA Symposium, a comprehensive conference on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This year the National ADA Symposium is offering two conferences, one onsite and one virtual.

Onsite conference: July 26-28, Desert Ridge Marriott Resort in Phoenix, Arizona

Virtual conference: August 2-5

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The ADA Symposium is an annual event known for sessions that provide current information on ADA regulations and guidelines, practical implementation strategies, and best practices. Sessions cover a wide range of ADA and disability-related topics, including issues related to health care, employment, law enforcement, COVID-19, state and local government, recreation, accessible design, business, and information technology.

The National ADA Symposium is coordinated by the Great Plains ADA Center. The onsite conference in Phoenix, AZ is cohosted by the Pacific ADA Center.

2021 is also the ADA National ADA Network’s 30th anniversary. In celebration of this landmark anniversary, they are featuring keynote speaker, Haben Girma. Haben is a human rights lawyer, disability advocate, and the first deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School.

*Sessions will differ between Onsite and Virtual conferences

Originally published by Pacific ADA Center


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