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U.S. Access Board Sep 6
Many who use the ADA or ABA Standards run into questions about requirements for toilet and bathing facilities. Join the for webinars on Oct. 3 & 24 that will untangle common sources of confusion in these sections of the standards: .
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U.S. Access Board Aug 28
The will hold its next meeting and webcast on September 11 at 1:30 (ET): .
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U.S. Access Board Aug 20
The has released for public comment advisory guidelines for wheelchairs used on aircraft during flights: .
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U.S. Access Board Aug 5
Learn how to evaluate websites for accessibility under the §508 Standards by attending webinars that will cover the basics (Sept. 5) and provide guidance for federal procurement officials (Sept. 24): .
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U.S. Access Board Jul 22
The seeks a Deputy General Counsel (GS-15) to serve as a supervisory attorney in its Office of General Counsel: .
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Ministerstwo Inwestycji i Rozwoju Jul 16
began his second day in Washington by meeting with the head of David Capozzi to discuss the program. American solutions are an inspiration - in time Poland will become a role model for Europe in this field- Minister said.
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Israel ישראל Jul 16
Five beaches in Tel aviv now allow improved for people with , because EVERYONE deserves to enjoy the ☀🌊🏖♿
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Jerzy Kwieciński Jul 16
Just finished a meeting with D. Capozzi, CEO of 🇺🇸 – organization that inspired us to create Accessibility Board in PL. Great conversation! At the same time I received info that PL 🇵🇱 parliamentary infrastructure commission adopted bill ✌️👍💪
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Maria Town Jul 16
Thank you Commissioner for welcoming 2,000 attendees to Chicago! The Chicago MOPD has been doing great work around financial inclusion, career development for youth, and leadership development for people with disabilities.
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U.S. Access Board Jul 12
The next webinar on Aug. 1, 2:30 (ET) will cover access to education facilities, including primary and secondary schools, vocational and trade schools, colleges, and universities: .
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EDFaccess Jul 12
1/3 We are pleased that the 1st European Standard on and usability of the built environment () has been approved by CEN National Bodies (NSBs).
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U.S. Access Board Jul 3
Learn how to create, test, and correct PDF files so that they are accessible to everyone at the 's next 508 best practices webinar on July 30 at 1:00 (ET): .
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U.S. Access Board Jul 1
Join the for its next meeting and webcast on July 10 at 1:30 (ET): .
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U.S. Access Board Jun 17
Comcast Launches Eye Control For The TV, An Aid For Physically Disabled Viewers – Deadline
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U.S. Access Board Jun 10
Attend the 's next webinar on July 11 at 2:00 (ET) to learn about access to hotels, motels, and other types of transient lodging facilities under the ADA and ABA Standards: .
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U.S. Access Board Jun 8
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EU Disability Forum Jun 7
Breaking: just published on Official Journal. Next step: transposition into national law. Also just launched: our analysis on the . Read:
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U.S. Access Board Jun 7
The seeks a Support Services Specialist (GS 9) to serve in its Office of Administration – vacancies are posted at and . Applications are due June 24.
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Carla Qualtrough May 29
WE DID IT! Bill C-81, the Act has passed in the House of Commons with unanimous support. Final step, Royal Assent!
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Sachin Pavithran May 23
Enjoyed my last day in Indianapolis at the Eskenazi hospital discussing services provided by the hospital & observing accessibility of medical diagnostic equipment. Visited the Children’s Museum & discussed ways of including children with disabilities in activities & programs.
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