So, I’ve been appointed the new ADA Coordinator
No kid ever said “I want to be an ADA Coordinator when I grow up.” So now that #28 on your job description “other duties as assigned” translates to ADA Coordinator, what do you need to know? Have no fear. From program access and reasonable modifications, to direct threat and undue burden, this session is going to roll ADA compliance into a nutshell for you. Jennifer Skulski has more than 25-years experience in ADA compliance and inclusion of people with disabilities in parks, recreation and tourism. She will frame an approach to put your accessibility management team on track and make people with disabilities feel more welcome in your programs, activities, parks and facilities.
Principal, Skulski Consulting, LLC.
Jennifer Skulski has more than 22-years experience consulting on ADA compliance and inclusion of people with disabilities. She is a national leading expert on the accessibility standards for parks and recreation, program access, and universal design. Jennifer has facilitated ADA transition planning for more than 500 municipal recreation facilities and 60 national parks. She has consulted with organizations such as the National Park Service, Minneapolis Parks and Recreation, Great Parks of Hamilton County, Cleveland Metroparks, and the Arlington Heights Park District. She has authored numerous articles on accessibility management and inclusion. In addition to consultation, Jennifer is the publisher of Accessibility Management News.