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Register: 2024 Americans with Disabilities Act Virtual Conference

Join PHI’s Pacific ADA Center for the 2024 Americans with Disabilities Act Virtual Conference, held online on February 27-28, 2024.

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Join PHI’s Pacific ADA Center for the 2024 Americans with Disabilities Act Virtual Conference, held online on February 27-28, 2024.

Sessions will explore topics such as how to comply with the ADA, be more inclusive and provide higher quality services to people with disabilities. Participants will hear from a variety of experts in the field and enjoy opportunities to network with your peers.

Dates: February 27-28, 2024
Hours: 9:30 am to 3:00 pm each day
Location: Online with Zoom
Early Bird rate: $180 per person (until January 31, 2024. Use discount code EARLYBIRD to access this rate)
Standard rate: $220 per person (starting February 1, 2024)

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Who should attend?

  • Healthcare providers
  • Employers and HR professionals
  • ADA Coordinators
  • Other professionals and service providers

The conference will have many different sessions on a wide range of topics, including:

  • General Sessions:
    • Making communication accessible
    • Addressing ableism and internal bias
  • Employment:
    • Common EEOC Complaints
    •  Artificial Intelligence in the workplace
    • Mental health
  • Healthcare:
    • Effective communication
    • Supported decision making
    • Common barriers and modifications
  • State and local government (Title II):
    • New ADA Coordinators
    • Working with the disability community
    • Handling complaints and grievances
    • Trail accessibility

Interested in being a sponsor for this conference? Visit this sponsorship page for more information.

Questions about the 2024 Americans with Disabilities Act Virtual Conference? Contact the Pacific ADA Center.

Originally published by Pacific ADA Center


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