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Month: October, 2013
Webinars Only
Date Title
Tuesday
October 01
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 1.3: Vocational Rehabilitation, Employment Supports and the SSA

This detailed discussion will cover the history of SSA involvement in work incentives and return to work efforts.  What is the Ticket to Work and how does it function in the return to work setting?  Using a Power Point, lecture and written materials the participant will gain and understanding of this important work incentive and the extensive services and protections that it can provide to individual with disabilities. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge.  A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Thursday
October 03
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 1.4: Overview of SSDI and Impact of Earnings

Through the use of PowerPoint, lecture and written materials, participants will gain highly specialized information that will assist any SSDI beneficiary who wishes to return to work at any level of activity. Proper planning and information is critical to this effort and participants will gain the knowledge necessary to help ease this transition. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge of work incentives utilization. A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Thursday
October 03
Online Training | EARN Partner
Employers Can't Afford to Ignore Mental Health

Presenter: Clare Miller, Director, Partnership for Workplace Mental Health
 
Description: Sometimes referred to as “hidden” disabilities, mental health conditions are prevalent and when unaccommodated, can be extremely costly to business. Indirect costs alone amount to an estimated $80-100 billion annually. The good news is that engagement with employees with mental health disabilities is not only effective, it improves work performance and productivity. This webinar will discuss the business case for paying attention to mental health at the workplace and suggest steps employers can take to make a difference. Specifically, the webinar will focus on:
  • How mental health conditions affect employers and the business case associated with taking action;
  • How leading employer practices are successfully addressing mental health; and,
  • Free tools and resources available through the Partnership for Workplace Mental Health.

 

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Project: National Employer Technical Assistance Center
Friday
October 04
Conference | Yessica Guardiola
Special Education in PR

 The training will discuss the special education requirements under the federal and territorial special education legislation and the Rosa Lydia Velez vs. PR Department of Education case.

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Location: Cidra, PR
Monday
October 07
Online Training | Carol Blessing
Citizen Centered Leadership Community of Practice Week 6

The Citizen-Centered Leadership Development Community of Practice series is a unique combination of self-paced distance learning study, robust field work, interactive class assignments and live webcast instruction designed to advance theoretic and skill-based learning leading to quality outcomes in the lives of people with disabilities.

Project: Citizen-Centered Leadership
Location: Webinar
Tuesday
October 08
Training | Yessica Guardiola
The ADA Amendments Act Basics

 The training will discuss the most significant changes introduced for the ADAAA in the interpretation of the disability definition and will answer the audience’s questions about this Law.

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Vocation Rehabilitation Counseling Graduate Students Association
Location: Ponce, PR
Tuesday
October 08
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 1.5: Overview of Supplemental Security Income

Lecture, PowerPoint presentation and written materials will guide participants through the complex maze of rules and regulations controlling the SSI program. Special knowledge will be gained concerning just how to deal with crises when they erupt. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge. A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Tuesday
October 08
Online Training | Kathleen Lee
Disability: The "D" in Diversity

Come learn about a new tool for Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) member institutions to diversity your pipeline of qualified applicants with disabilities.

As part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), HERC is co-sponsoring a webinar with the US Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) and the Employer Assistance Resource Network (EARN) that will give you access to a free, powerful tool, the Workforce Recruitment Program database, that will give your institution immediate access to qualified recent graduates and military veterans with disabilities.

Speakers:

Kathleen Lee, Business Outreach Specialist, Employer Assistance and Resource Network (EARN)

Amber Cheek, Presidential Management Fellow, Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)

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Project: National Employer Technical Assistance Center
Wednesday
October 09
Presentation | ADA Center Partner
Knowledge is Power

Archie Jennings, Esq., give a brief overview of the Northeast ADA Center and DRCVI partnership and information on the Americans with Disabilities Act,

 2 presentations: 30 min. each

 

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Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Government of the Virgin Islands/ Department of Labor
Location: The Westin St. John Resort & Villa, St. John
Wednesday
October 09
Training | Hannah Rudstam
Working with People with Disabilities

This session will provide critical information for hiring managers and coworkers "buddys" for Corning's new internship program for PWD.  We wil ldiscuss disability etiquette, ADA information, and how to address performance issues should they arise. 

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Corning, Inc.
Location: Corning, NY
Wednesday
October 09
Online Training | Wendy Strobel Gower
ADA Basics: What DSP's Need to Know about the Employment Provisions of the ADA

 Disability Service Professionals (DSPs) play an important role in the employment outcomes of individuals with disabilities. This webinar will review Title I of the ADA as it relates to the work of DSPs including vocational counselors and placement specialists.  An overview of Northeast ADA Center’s “Making Work Happen” Online Tutorial will also be provided.

 to register, visit:  http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/edi/register/index.cfm?event=4479

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Project: Northeast ADA Center
Location: Online Webinar
Wednesday
October 09
Conference | Judy Young
Creating Connections for a Diverse and Talented Workforce

Conference presentation to share innovative strategies for employers and providers to diversify their workforce and workplaces. Shared best practices from employers and model programs for outreach and recruitment.

Project: National Employer Technical Assistance Center
Sponsor: Southwest Disability Conference
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Thursday
October 10
Presentation | Joe Zesski
Employing Workers with Disabilities; the Business Advantage

Often, employers just think of the Americans with Disabilities Act as just another law that must be followed. While legal compliance is important, that is only a small part of the picture. The ADA is about creating a responsive vibrant work environment and tapping into an underused talent pool for employers in workers with disabilities. Joe Zesski, the New Jersey affiliate of the Northeast ADA, will present this one hour workshop as part of a larger conference by the DAWN Center for Independent Living on workforce inclusion. Employing Workers with Disabilities; the Business Advantage will focus on the rights and responsibilities of employers under Title I of the ADA, the talent pool that is made up of people with disabilities, and the resources available to employers to assist them in hiring and retaining workers with disabilities.

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: DAWN ILC
Location: Moristown, NJ
Thursday
October 10
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 1.6 Overview of Supplemental Security Income

Through the use of PowerPoint, lecture and written materials, participants will gain information that will assist SSDI beneficiaries who wish to return to work at any level of activity. Proper planning and information is critical to this effort and participants will gain the knowledge necessary to help ease this transition. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge. A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Thursday
October 10
Online Training | Sarah von Schrader
Disability Disclosure and Self-identification: Benefits, Barriers and Implementable Solutions

Presenters: Michael Murray, Diversity Program Manager, U.S. Office of Personnel Management & Sarah von Schrader, Assistant Director of Research, Cornell University Employment and Disability Institute
 
Description: Disability disclosure at the workplace can be greatly beneficial to both employers and employees with disabilities. However, many individuals, especially those with non-visible disabilities may fear repercussions and opt not to self-identify. Additionally, many employers do not know how to collect this information and capture more accurately the percentage of workers with disabilities in their organizations. With the recently released regulations strengthening Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act and setting specific utilization goals for workers with disabilities, the need for creating environments where individuals feel comfortable disclosing a disability has become more critical. Using recent research as a foundation, this webinar will examine:
  • The benefits of workplace disclosure for employees with disabilities and employers;
  • The barriers and facilitators to disclosure from the perspective of individuals with disabilities; and,
  • Strategies employers have implemented that increase self-identification. 

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Project: National Employer Technical Assistance Center
Thursday
October 10
Online Training | Jackie Yingling
Partners in Policymaking Wrap-up Webinar
Project: Partners in Policymaking
Location: Webinar
Thursday
October 10
Online Training | Jackie Yingling
Module 7--Wrap-up Webinar
Project: Partners in Policymaking
Friday
October 11
Workshop | Hannah Rudstam
Disability IS Diversity at CVS: Including America’s Largest Diversity Pop. in the CVS Workforce

People with disabilities represent one of the largest diversity populations in our country and in our workplaces.   After over twenty years of the ADA, most leaders understand the basics around compliance.  Yet, many leaders struggle with the “gray areas” of the ADA in real-life in the workplace.   During this session, we will co-explore key situations and dilemmas around leading workers with disabilities.  This will include hiring, disclosure, accommodation, retention, inclusion, disability inquiry and other issues.  Also, we will consider recent changes in laws and policies that impact disability practices in the workplace.  The interactive session will include film clip discussion, presentations, case studies and scenario analysis. 

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Jennifer Stotter
Location: Woonsocket, RI
Friday
October 11
Training | Yessica Guardiola
The ADA Amendments Act Basics

 The training will discuss the most significant changes introduced for the ADAAA in the interpretation of the disability definition and will answer the audience’s questions about this Law.

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Vocation Rehabilitation Counseling Graduate Students Association
Location: San Juan, PR
Monday
October 14
Online Training
Citizen Centered Leadership Webinar: Conversations

Everyone is born with the potential to reach for a higher purpose. No one is left out of that equation. Be part of the conversation with Beth Mount as she talks about the ideals of citizenship, person-centered work and the call to Make a Difference with people. 

Project: Citizen-Centered Leadership
Location: Webinar
Monday
October 14
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 1.1: Benefits and Work Incentives Planning, Professional Standards and Code of Conduct and Effective Communication (CA)
Project: ediONLINE
Monday
October 14
Online Training | Carol Blessing
Citizen Centered Leadership Community of Practice Week 7

The Citizen-Centered Leadership Development Community of Practice series is a unique combination of self-paced distance learning study, robust field work, interactive class assignments and live webcast instruction designed to advance theoretic and skill-based learning leading to quality outcomes in the lives of people with disabilities.

Project: Citizen-Centered Leadership
Location: Webinar
Tuesday
October 15
Training | Yessica Guardiola
The ADA as Amended Basics

The training will be 2 sesion, October 15, 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm.  It will discuss the requirements of the five titles of the ADA, which are enforcement agencies and the changes introduced by the amendments.   

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Municipal Staff
Location: City Hall of Fajardo, PR
Tuesday
October 15
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 1.7: Supplemental Security Income Work Incentives

Through the use of PowerPoint presentation, lecture and written materials participants will gain the knowledge and tools needed to provide critical information to SSI recipients with disabilities who are considering a return to work. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge of work incentive utilization. A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Tuesday
October 15
Training | Yessica Guardiola
The ADA as Amended: Basics

The training will be 2 sesion, October 15, 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm.  It will discuss the requirements of the five titles of the ADA, which are enforcement agencies and the changes introduced by the amendments.   

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Municipal Staff
Location: City Hall of Fajardo, PR
Wednesday
October 16
Workshop | Wendy Strobel Gower
Accessibility Evaluations for Outdoor Environment Facilities & Program

This session will review Title II of the ADA as it relates to state recreation facilities.  It will also provide information on how staff can best serve and interact with people with disabilities. 

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: NYS DEC
Location: Saratoga Springs, NY
Thursday
October 17
Training | Hannah Rudstam
Trends & Issues: Non-Obvious Disabilities in the Workplace

 When most people think of “disability,” they think of someone who uses a wheelchair-or has a readily apparent disability.  Yet, people with disabilities such as depression, bipolar disorder, learning disabilities, cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis or post-traumatic stress disorder represent a major segment of the disability population in America.  Non-obvious disabilities have a unique dynamic and set of issues.  People with non-obvious disabilities can make a choice about disclosing or discussing their disability.  Also, the legitimacy of their disability status may be called into question.  Many non-obvious disabilities invoke social stigma or a “blame the victim” mentality.  Finally, the process of finding accommodations and modifications for people with non-obvious disabilities may not be as straightforward.  What does accessibility look like for someone with a non-obvious disability?  As a result of this workshop, participants will develop an awareness of non-obvious disabilities from a range of perspectives:  legal issues, best practices and human choices.

 

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Location: Binghamton, NY
Thursday
October 17
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 2.1: Overpayments and SSDI and SSI Benefits

This informational seminar provides basic information pertaining to benefits overpayments using lecture, PowerPoint and opportunity for question and answer. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge.  A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Thursday
October 17
Online Training | Judy Young
The Interplay Between FMLA and ADAAA

*UPDATE: Due to the ongoing government shutdown, the originally scheduled webinar entitled "Proactive Compliance Strategies for Federal Contractors" has been canceled. In its place EARN will be rebroadcasting a webinar on the interplay between the ADA & FMLA.*

Presenters: Judy Young, Assistant Director of Training and Development, Employment and Disability Institute, Cornell University; and Susan Brecher, Director of Legal Programs and Human Capital Development, ILR School, Cornell University. 

Description: The interplay between FMLA and ADA presents increasingly complex issues for employers as they try to navigate leave and accommodation requests. This is especially true with the expansion of the definition of disabilities under the ADA Amendment Act and the expensive settlements related to inflexible leave policies. This webinar will highlight the important responsibilities of HR, managers, and employees in engaging in the complexities of intermittent leave; requests for medical information in view of GINA obligations; and the interactive accommodation process. The webinar will include case studies and best practices for managing these multifaceted challenges. 

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Project: National Employer Technical Assistance Center
Thursday
October 17
Online Training | Yessica Guardiola
Disability Awareness and Inclusion

The trainer will talk about disability and diversity to the children in 1st - 6th grade, and wll explain the importance of inclusion.

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Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Certenejas Public School
Location: Cidra, PR
Friday
October 18
Training | Yessica Guardiola
How to Properly Interact with People with Disabilities: Sensitivity

The trainer will discuss the myths and truths of people with disabilities and proper way to interact with them.

 

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Municipal Staff
Location: City Hall of Ceiba, PR
Monday
October 21
Online Training | Carol Blessing
Citizen Centered Leadership Community of Practice Week 8

The Citizen-Centered Leadership Development Community of Practice series is a unique combination of self-paced distance learning study, robust field work, interactive class assignments and live webcast instruction designed to advance theoretic and skill-based learning leading to quality outcomes in the lives of people with disabilities.

Project: Citizen-Centered Leadership
Location: Webinar
Tuesday
October 22
Conference | Susanne Bruyère
EPRRTC State of the Science Conference
Project: Employer Characteristics Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Location: Washington, DC
Tuesday
October 22
Conference
Innovative Research on Employer Practices: Improving Employment for People with Disabilities

A state of the science conference from the Rehabilitation and Research Training Center on Employer Practices Related to Employment Outcomes among Individuals with Disabilities. This two-day event will highlight the research findings from the Employer Practices Rehabilitation Research and Training Center at Cornell University ILR School's Employment and Disability Institute.

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Project: Employer Characteristics Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Sponsor: NIDRR
Location: Washington, DC
Tuesday
October 22
Training | Yessica Guardiola
Transportation Rights of People with Disabilities

The trainer will speak about the transportation rights of people with disabilities as part of a Panel with other related professionals.

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: MAVI Metro Region Staff
Location: MAVI Metro Region, San Juan, PR
Tuesday
October 22
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 2.2: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Special Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

This informational seminar provides basic information pertaining to the TANF and SNAP programs using lecture, PowerPoint and opportunity for question and answer. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge. A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Wednesday
October 23
Conference | LaWanda Cook
BUSINESS CONTINUITY AWARENESS for Human Service Professionals: Meeting the Needs of Your Consumers with Disabilities During Emergencies

 Workshop Goals:

  • To promote awareness of the need for business continuity planning … what it means for the agency itself and what it means for the individuals with disabilities being served by that agency
  •  To begin building a network of local agencies that might be able to assist each other in meeting community needs during an emergency
  •  To identify resources and capabilities of local human service agencies
  •  To understand the importance of encouraging individual emergency planning and preparedness both for employees as well as customers

Register by October 16, 2013

Contact Beth Harrington: 607-257-3888 or bharrington@tompkins-co.org.

For more information or disability-related accommodations

Contact Jeff Boles at the Finger Lakes Independence Center

607-272-2433 or flic2310@yahoo.com

 

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: People with Disabilities in Disasters Planning Task Force
Location: Ithaca, NY
Wednesday
October 23
Online Training
WISE Event
Project: External Clients
Thursday
October 24
Online Training | Ray Cebula
ediONLINE 2.3: Federal Housing Subsidies

This informational seminar provides basic information pertaining to federally-subsidized housing using lecture, PowerPoint and opportunity for question and answer. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge. A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

Click Here to Register
Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Thursday
October 24
Online Training | Hannah Rudstam
Home Again and Back to Work: The Employment of Veterans with Disabilities

Presenter: Hannah Rudstam, Extension Faculty, Cornell University Employment and Disability Institute

Description: Work is not just about a paycheck.  It is also about identity, pride, connection and, for many veterans, it is also about healing. Veterans bring a lot to a workplace: skills, discipline, resilience and teamwork. This is as true for veterans with disabilities as it is for others. Yet, many veterans with disabilities fear discrimination in the workplace, and are hesitant to request accommodations.
This webinar will briefly consider two research studies. One study surveyed 421 veterans with disabilities to describe their readiness to enter (or re-enter) the workforce as a person with a disability. The other surveyed 1,083 HR professionals to describe their knowledge, expectations and practices around employing veterans with disabilities. This webinar will explore and discuss the practice implications of these studies for employers, disability service providers and veterans themselves.  

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Project: National Employer Technical Assistance Center
Monday
October 28
Training | Guest Speaker
CRS Milestone Training

This training is designed to educate New York State ACCES-VR and NYS CBVH supported employment providers on the new service delivery model for supported employment services in New York State. Effective January 1, 2014, with the implementation of the statewide Core Rehabilitation Services (CRS) contracts, supported employment funding will convert from a fee-for-service to a milestone payment system. This training will offer new and existing supported employment providers essential information, key updates and critical changes to the supported employment funding model. While we understand that vendors may be focused on the change in terms of funding, ACCES-VR's purpose for the milestone design is to emphasize quality job placement outcomes over processes Participants will... • be informed about deliverables, performance indicators, corrective action plans, allocations, and budgets • understand the rationale and benefits of changing to a milestone payment system. • be introduced to the mechanics of the new system design. • learn of important procedural changes for providers of supported employment services. • develop methods and strategies for collaboration and partnership with ACCES-VR counselors and other key stakeholders. • gain an understanding of how the current funding structure will be converted from a fee-for-service to a model milestone payment system. • be oriented to new billing, documentation and reporting procedures, inclusive of the VR Intensive/Extended Service Plan, the concept of Stabilization, and the new 417 Monthly Progress Report. • learn of changes to the supported employment referral and intake process.

Project: NYS Consortium for Advancement of Supported Employment
Sponsor: ACCES-VR/NYS CASE
Location: Syracuse, NY
Monday
October 28
Online Training
Citizen Centered Leadership Webinar: Conversations

Aaron Johannes-Rosenberg is a gifted listener, artist and facilitator. We are delighted that Aaron has agreed to join us in this series to share his insights about "renegotiating reciprocity" in building relationships with people with significant disabilities. 

Project: Citizen-Centered Leadership
Location: Webinar
Monday
October 28
Online Training | Carol Blessing
Citizen Centered Leadership Community of Practice Week 9

The Citizen-Centered Leadership Development Community of Practice series is a unique combination of self-paced distance learning study, robust field work, interactive class assignments and live webcast instruction designed to advance theoretic and skill-based learning leading to quality outcomes in the lives of people with disabilities.

Project: Citizen-Centered Leadership
Location: Webinar
Tuesday
October 29
Training | LaWanda Cook
Interacting Effectively with Colleagues and Students with Disabilities: Legal, Human and Practical Considerations

 this is a Closed Session for United University Professions at SUNY-Owego.

 This disability awareness session is designed to enhance interactions between participants and their colleagues and students with disabilities. It will include:

·         an overview of how disability has been viewed in the U.S. over time;

·         suggestions for respectful interaction with people with different types of disabilities;

·         an overview of Title I - Employment Provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act;

·         a discussion of reasonable workplace accommodations;

·         and opportunities for participants to think through how information provided applies to their interactions with colleagues and students with disabilities

Click Here to Register
Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: SUNY Oswego
Location: Oswego, NY
Tuesday
October 29
Online Training | Ed Lopez-Soto
ediONLINE 2.4: Unemployment Insurance & Workers Compensation (WC)

This informational seminar provides basic information pertaining to the Unemployment Insurance Program and the Workers Compensation Program and their impact on SSDI and SSI using lecture, PowerPoint and opportunity for question and answer. Online polling will be used to test participant knowledge. A preparatory reading assignment will be provided and is required.

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Project: ediONLINE
Location: Webinar
Wednesday
October 30
Online Training | Joe Zesski
Interacting with Individuals with Disabilities in Law Enforcement

Law enforcement officials, such as police officers, sheriffs, deputies, and other law enforcement personnel play an important role within our communities in ensuring and maintaining the safety of all citizens. They also hold a significant responsibility. Whether offering assistance, de-escalating a dispute, responding to distress calls, providing security at events, making arrests, or just engaging with citizens while patrolling through the community, our members of law enforcement represent the law and appropriate standards of behavior. They set the example in terms of respecting not only the law, but one another as human beings.

Among the citizens that law enforcement may encounter everyday are individuals with disabilities, both visible and non-visible disabilities. While law enforcement has their protocols and procedures for how to handle certain situations, respond to incidents, investigate situations and crimes, and conduct business, these may need to be adapted when engaging with individuals with a particular disability in order to ensure the interaction and/or service provided to the individual is equal and accessible. For example, if police need to transport a person who uses a wheelchair, it will be important that the vehicle used be able to accommodate the wheelchair. If a sheriff needs to communicate with someone who is deaf, then alternative ways of communicating may need to be utilized to ensure that person hears and understands what is being said. If a deputy encounters a person with a visual impairment who needs directions, verbal directions will need to be explicit and clear. If law enforcement is not aware of the different physical, sensory, cognitive, or psychological disabilities they may encounter, and how to interact in an effective manner with people with these different disabilities, it can mean the difference between a productive and peaceful interaction vs. a negative and detrimental one.

This online training is appropriate for anyone who works in a law enforcement capacity. Participants will learn:

• The definition of “disability” according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA);
• What legal/ADA compliance considerations there are for law enforcement;
• What “accessibility” is and how to provide it;
• Effective ways to interact with people with different types of disabilities. particularly within typical law enforcement situations; and
• Examples of possible ways to adapt procedures and protocols to ensure maximum effectiveness in communication and interaction with someone with a disability.

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Project: Northeast ADA Center
Location: Online Webinar
Wednesday
October 30
Training | Yessica Guardiola
Reasonable Accommodation Rights of College Students with Disabilities

The trainer will speak about the reasonable accommodation rights of college students with disabilities and will answer the audience related questions, as part of a Panel with other related professional.

Project: Northeast ADA Center
Sponsor: Student Association for Equality and College Staff
Location: Sacred Heart University, PR
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