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Since 1992, 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, strategies and solutions, and enforcement.

Like many organizations, NAADAC has curtailed operations due to the pandemic.  During the last year we have attempted to resume our conferences but have not been able to do so.  The NAADAC board is planning to meet virtually later this summer to discuss how to proceed.  We will likely be discussing collaboration with other organizations, offering webinars, and other options.

We also miss being able to meet with all the wonderful people who have attended NAADAC conferences and hope to be able to see you all soon.  Should you need to reach us, please email to  We appreciate any suggestions for future webinars and conference sessions as well as suggestions for how NAADAC might collaborate with other organizations to provide the in-depth ADA training we have offered for more than 25 years.

For more than 25 years, NAADACs four-day conferences were typically held twice each year, assembling a group of nationally recognized experts to help attendees learn about the ADA and navigate their ADA responsibilities.  Whatever the ADA role or interest — whether an ADA Coordinator, an ADA professional, a human resource professional. an architect, attorney, a business owner or manager, a corporate official, or someone just plain interested in how to make disability rights work efficiently, NAADAC provided the best available information.

 Continue to watch this page to get updates on future plans.