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Understanding ADA Requirements and Transition Plan Development for Title II Entities

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  • 120 minutes

According to the Department of Justice (DOJ), State and Local Government (Title II) entities are required to develop a Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan to document compliance and were expected to provide regular updates (preferably every 4 years) to show their progress towards removing any noted barriers with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) signed July 26, 1990. The ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan are significant in that it establishes the entity’s ongoing commitment to the development and maintenance of policies, programs, and facilities that are inclusive to all of their citizens.

If you are asking yourself, “What is a Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan?” and/or “Where do I begin?”, then this webinar is for you! If you already have a Transition Plan but need clarity, then this class is also for you! Come learn more about how to conduct a self-evaluation and how to integrate the information gathered into a Transition Plan.

Join this session by expert speaker Kristi Avalos, where she will discuss how to calculate which standards will apply to your projects and know the necessary steps to ensure compliance with these accessibility requirements.

Session Highlights:

  • Gain an understanding of the ADA requirements for Title II entities.

  • Review the various Federal, State, and Construction Laws as they apply.

  • Prevent government funding from being at risk and avoid litigation.

  • Learn the steps to develop a compliant ADA Transition Plan including these key topics:

  • An optional interim step: the ADA Compliance Plan.

  • Designating an ADA Coordinator.

  • Conducting a Self-Evaluation.

  • Data collection and integration.

  • Funding, planning, and prioritizing your Transition Plan project.

  • Understanding Program Access versus Facility Compliance.

Why You Should Attend:

All public entities subject to Title II of the ADA must complete a Self-Evaluation.  For public entities that have 50 or more employees, there is also a requirement to have a Transition Plan in place that addresses structural changes that are necessary for achieving program accessibility.  This July 26, 2020 will mark the 30th anniversary of the signing of the ADA!  In other words, that’s 30 years your agency has been required to have a Transition Plan in place and provide continual updates.  If you do not have a Transition Plan or you have not updated your Transition Plan in the last 4 years, then you are at high risk of having federal funds withheld and an easy target for lawsuits. Starting and maintaining a Transition Plan can feel like a daunting task, but Kristi breaks it down into simpler steps you can implement back at your agency.

Who Should Attend:

  • Title II or Title III Entities

  • Universities, Schools

  • DOT (Transportation)

  • DOA (Agriculture)

  • DOE (Education)

  • DOC (Corrections)

  • Military Bases

  • Risk Managers

  • Legal Counsel

  • ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Coordinators

  • Architects

  • Engineers

  • Interior Designers

  • Transportation Planners

  • Directors of Public Works/Parks

  • Human Resources Directors/Managers

  • Facilities Managers

  • Mayors Planning

  • Public Housing Agency Owners/Agencies/Property Managers



You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.

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Kristi Avalos

Kristi Avalos

Kristi Avalos has 40+ years of experience at the vanguard of accessibility compliance-related issues. Kristi founded Accessology in 1990 and has worked on numerous multi-million-dollar projects providing accessibility compliance. She has provided extensive training for local, national and international municipalities, counties, universities, architects, building owners, property managers, contractors and real estate brokers on local, state and federal accessibility standards. She has worked with several metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) hosting ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan roundtables across the country. Kristi has helped numerous Title II and Title III entities become compliant with applicable federal and state accessibility standards. She is also the principle consultant for accessibility assessments and ADA Transition Plan development. Kristi works with federal agencies and organizations that influence and shape accessibility legislation and trends and provides expert witnessing on ADA, 504, FHA, and ACAA legal cases. She is licensed through the State of Texas to perform final architecture plan reviews on behalf of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. She is also licensed as a California Accessibility Specialist through the State of California.

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This webinar has been approved for 1.5 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward California, GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR, and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the activity. It means that this activity has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit

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