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. NAADAC conferences bring faculty with decades of ADA experience from federal and State government, higher education, law offices, and private practice to share their deep knowledge and experience in a small group settings.
NAADACs four-day conferences have been 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 has provided the best available information.
Judith “Judy” Heumann—widely regarded as “the mother” of the disability rights movement—
passed away in Washington, D.C. on the afternoon of March 4, 2023.
NAADAC Honors and Remembers Judy Heumann.
NAADAC Reemerges from the Pandemic!
NAADAC is working to provide training both virtually and in-person. In a collaborative partnership with the State ADA Coordinator’s Office of Georgia, NAADAC faculty will participate in the 2023 Virtual ADA Conference for State and Local Governments, May 9th – 11th. Registration for the conference is now closed.
NAADAC is also planning to resume an in-person conference in 2024.
In addition, NAADAC is planning to host webinars during 2023 for everyone who renews NAADAC membership or who joins NAADAC as an associate. More information is on the NAADAC Associates page.
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Please continue to watch this page to get updates on future plans including announcements of future webinars and conferences.