January 12, 2012


““Making ADA Requirements work for Small Cities/Rural Communities”

Doesn’t matter whether you have the money.  Doesn’t matter whether you have the time or the staff.  The updated regulations to the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to every city or county, regardless of size or location.  If you have not gotten up to speed on what the changes are and how they will impact your community, this call will provide you with that information and answer any questions you may have.
Today’s speaker is an outstanding advocate and respected member of the ADA community, having served in several capacities with the ADA Access Board providing insight and review of proposed regulations and requirements.

During today's discussion the U.S. Department of Justice Americans with Disabilities Act web page will be referenced at  http://www.ada.gov/ 

to download additional information prepared by todays speaker for your review.
The call will begin at 9:00 a.m. Pacific/10 Mountain/11 Central/12 Noon Eastern time and will run for one hour.
Speakers for this call will include: 

  • Michele Ohmes, ADA/DisABILITY consultant, Michele & Associates, Kansas City, MO



If your agency needs this information, have everyone available join in listening to the session, either from their own office or as a group in a meeting space.

Please submit your questions to mentoring@apwa.net. Questions can be sent before and during the call.

The call is FREE to anyone in public works. Dial-in information is as follows:

Dial in to: 1-866-953-9689
Participant Passcode: 862633# (Be certain to hit the pound key)

MP3 Download
The download will be available within 48 hours after the call has concluded.