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Disabled Vet sues City of Colorado Springs, his HOA and management company

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

According to a report in The Gazette, disabled veteran Chris Sweeney is fed up. For four years, Sweeney has been navigating his wheelchair over and around blocked and broken sidewalks with missing curb cuts. 813 more words


ADA Website Compliance: A Litigation Minefield

ADA Title III prohibits disability discrimination in “places of public accommodation,” which covers shared or public entities like libraries, universities, transportation services, and commercial facilities. 183 more words

Trying to Transition from Tax Recipient to Tax Payer

When I first accepted my limited vision, I’d still been certain I could find work in my field. I was a seasoned training professional with over twenty years’ experience in all aspects of the profession. 3,006 more words

Learning To Cope

Time To Make Your Website ADA Compliant

Two recent developments demonstrate that it’s time to start making your website ADA compliant if you haven’t done so already. 

 First, the Credit Union Times reported… 415 more words


Princeton Depot Getting ADA Upgrades

The parking lot of the Princeton, Illinois, Amtrak station is getting an upgrade to comply with standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The work includes grading the lot so that it will be at a more appropriate angle to approach the building and revising several parking spots. 36 more words


Paralyzed and want to know your weight? That'll cost you some major scratch. 

To say I have been a weight-conscious gal for my entire adult like would be an understatement. I once received a new bathroom scale as a birthday gift and I was not offended. 925 more words

ADA Compliance

BYU-Idaho Accessability Tutorials and Tools

Published on: https://www.byui.edu/accessibility/accessibility-tutorialshttps://www.byui.edu/accessibility/accessibility-tools

Project Overview

To accommodate students and online users with disabilities such as vision problems or mobility limitations, the BYU-Idaho website created tutorials and guides on how to update web pages on the site. 356 more words