ADA Training Videos & Courses
The American Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990. It’s designed as a federal anti-discrimination statute to make both public and private entities accessible to the more than 40 million Americans across the country. The goal of the new law is to allow Americans with disabilities to lead productive lives by providing minor accommodations.
If you’re a teacher, you’ve been bombarded with information on a number of syndromes, illnesses, disabilities, and other information to facilitate classroom inclusion. Inclusion has added to your burden of teaching. Yet there seems to be a silver lining in each child regardless of their status. This short program discusses Asperger’s Syndrome which is one of the least known, yet fastest emerging diagnoses for children and adults.
The Encyclopedia also includes a complete, easy-to-follow how-to manual on how to write effective and lawful job descriptions that don’t run afoul of the ADA. You’ll also receive quarterly updates so you can constantly add to and update your library of job descriptions. The Encyclopedia includes everything you need to have an effective description for every job in your organization.
Workplace Disabilities “Beyond Wheelchairs” - It’s often impossible for an employer to know about an employee’s disability, unless the employee communicates this to the employer. This program will review some of the more common learning disabilities to provide greater understanding of these disabilities.