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For more than 25 years the National Association of ADA Coordinators (NAADAC) has brought ADA coordinators and ADA professionals together, providing a forum for the most up-to-date information on ADA issues and enforcement.

NAADACs four-day conferences are held twice each year, assembling a group of nationally recognized experts to help you learn about the ADA and navigate your ADA responsibilities.  Whatever your ADA role or interest — whether you are an ADA Coordinator, an ADA professional, a human resource professional. an architect, attorney, a business owner or manager, a corporate official, or just plain interested in how to make disability rights work efficiently, NAADAC exists to provide you the best available information.

During the four days of each conference, participants have the opportunity to attend keynote presentations by the Department of Justice and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, introductory sessions on the ADA, advanced small group sessions for Professional Associates, and sessions in four tracks; access, services, and design, higher ed, employment, and combined access and higher ed.  This April’s conference will have sixty-five sessions, providing attendees with the best available information on the ADA.

Registration includes breakfast and lunch, a president’s reception, karaoke, and pre-conference sessions on Monday and Tuesday morning.

Our Spring Conference will be in Tampa from April 27 – 30.  Learn more about the sessions and register.

Early bird registration saving ends February 24, 2020. 

Spring 2020 ADA National Conference


Register Now for the April 2020 Conference!

When? April 27-30, 2020
Where? Tampa, Florida

In April in Tampa, Florida, the National Association of ADA Coordinators (NAADAC) is bringing together a faculty of distinguished, nationally recognized experts to help you learn about the ADA and navigate your responsibilities. Whether you are new to the ADA or an experienced ADA professional, the Spring conference will provide examples of current case law, best practices, policy examples, and reasonable answers to trending and complex ADA situations.