ADA Audio Conference Series Archives
2005 Fiscal Year Session TranscriptsOctober 2004 - September 2005
Vote 2004: Will people with disabilities be able to vote? What are the issues and where are we today?
October 19, 2004
Christina Galindo–Walsh, National Association of Protection and Advocacy Services
Ask the EEOC
November 16, 2004
Sharon Rennert, Senior Attorney, ADA Division, US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities: Have we made progress?
December 14, 2004
Elizabeth Davis, Director of Emergency Preparedness Initiative, National Organization on Disability
Historical Properties: There is no such thing as a "grandfather" clause!
January 18, 2005
James Aaron McCullough, Disability Law Project, ILRU
Ask the Department of Justice (DOJ)
February 15, 2005
John Wodatch, Chief, Disability Rights Section, US Department of Justice
- A Perspective on Reasonable Accommodation
- Reasonable Accommodation: Best Practices for an Interactive Process
- What Are The Courts Saying About Reasonable Accommodation?
- Getting on the Bus: Update on the accessibility of our public transportation systems
- ADA Update: 15 Years Later
Just Hop up! Access to medical equipment – where are we?
August 16, 2005
June Issacson Kailes, Faculty, Western University of Health Sciences, Center for Disability Issues in the Health Professions (CDIHP), a partner on the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Accessible Medical Equipment
- Readily Achievable Barrier Removal: What Does It Mean 15 Years Later?