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Fall 2017 ADA National Conference
October 23-26, 2017
San Diego, California

For 25 years the National Association of ADA Coordinators (The Association) has brought ADA coordinators together, providing a forum for the most up-to-date information on ADA issues and enforcement – for employment, access and facilities providers, and higher education professionals.

With its faculty of nationally recognized experts, The Association has been a constant source of practical, understandable ADA principles and practices. Through different administrations, Republican and Democratic, from George H. W. Bush to Bill Clinton to George W. Bush to Barack Obama, The Association has been your expert guide to
the ADA.

Now, celebrating its silver anniversary, The Association continues its role as the Administration of Donald Trump fills more than 4,000 positions in the Federal government and seeks to undertake its ADA obligations. The President has promised to make rebuilding our country’s infrastructure a major priority – pubic rights of way, bridges, roads, highways.

This “Build, Baby, Build” approach makes having current ADA information a necessity. Ensuring that all this, as well as employment and higher education issues, meet the ADA’s requirements will be a key and continuing challenge.

Please join us for our Spring 2017 National Conference (our 57th) in Florida in April. As our hundreds of our Associates and the thousands of Past participants can attest, you’ll find that The Association will once again be “Your Constant Guide to Changing Times.

Providing current case law, best practices, policy examples, and reasonable answers to trending and complex ADA situations. Current ADA library on USB drive with registration.

The Spring 2017 ADA National Conference Overview

Conference details available in June!

The past 10 conferences were rated as outstanding by 99% of the participants’ evaluations. The remaining 1% rated them as excellent.

What Participants Say About Our Faculty

“Your experts are really experts. I liked the small groups and the opportunity for discussion.”
Susan S. – Major Univeristy – Massachusetts

“Professional, outstanding conference. Excellent educational experience. Encouragement and interaction outstanding. Speakers/presentations outstanding.” Linda D. – Smaller Local City, Arizona