The ADA is 27 Years Old in 2019… Are You Celebrating Yet?

Recorded On: 01/10/2019

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In this ever-changing federal environment, parks and recreation staffs wonder how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has changed. What is the perspective of the US Attorney General regarding the ADA? Are new regulations being issued? Has enforcement ground to a halt? What plans exist, if any, for addressing fitness machine access and single-rider golf cars? What is the status of rulemaking on trails, campsites, beaches, and picnic areas? Are website standards ever going to be issued? What enforcement trends apply to making recreation programs accessible? These and other topics will be reviewed in this webinar.

John McGovern (he/him)

Partner, Principal in Charge

The WT Group, LLC Accessibility Practice

John N. McGovern (he/him/his) leads the Accessibility Practice at The WT Group, LLC.  His firm is the NRPA preferred provider of accessibility consulting.  A long-time member of NRPA, he worked in parks and recreation while earning his law degree.  Continuing his parks and recreation career, he then represented NRPA on the three federal advisory committees that created the parks and recreation content of the federal 2010 Standards for Accessible Design.  Since forming the Accessibility Practice in 2008, his firm has helped more than 440 counties, cities, states, and park districts meet the sometimes unclear requirements of the ADA.

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The ADA is 27 Years Old
01/10/2019 at 2:00 PM (EST)   |  60 minutes
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