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Sidewalk chalk contest: last day!

Click here to download sidewalk chalk challenge details! Submissions are due by 11:59pm on August 9. Join us for the fun chalk art challenge! Show off your artistic side by chalking your driveway, sidewalk or a piece of cardboard that you can display in your yard or window with ADA themes and symbols. For inspiration… Continue reading →

Making Volunteer Service Opportunities Accessible

"This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction" People with disabilities are often the recipients of service, but the ability to help and serve others has no limits. This panel answers the question of why service is important while exploring a variety of opportunities to serve others and promote the common good. This panel… Continue reading →

Bringing Universal Design Home

"This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction" Join us for this unique workshop taught by MAHO Outreach Coordinator Mara Layne to discover how to bring the seven principles of Universal Design to your home. We’ll give clear examples of features you can add and improvements you can make to increase the accessibility and… Continue reading →

Metroparks Classroom: Accessible Recreation

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Join us on Facebook Live for a discussion on accessible recreation with Metroparks. Getting outdoors and into nature is good. The Cleveland Metroparks provide access to all kinds of recreation. Join Metropark's Outdoor Rec Manager Rachel Nagle and Chris Garr from Youth Challenge, live from Wallace Lake in Berea on the Cleveland Metroparks facebook page,… Continue reading →

Beyond the ADA: Ensuring Inclusion in Public Spaces

"This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction" Join our panel of experts in a discussion on exceeding ADA requirements to make our communities and public spaces truly inclusive and welcoming for people with disabilities. Register in advance for the opportunity to ask questions and speak with our panelists. Panelists include: Lillian Kuri, Senior… Continue reading →

Americans with Disabilities Act Celebrates 30 Years – What Now?

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction Join Cuyahoga DD’s Good Life Ambassadors Will Gallup, Grace Blatt, and Sean Walker as we discuss what comes next for people with disabilities.

Finding Access Through Adaptive Recreation

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction Title III of The ADA covers public accomodations, including access parks and recreation, access to opportunities in the world of sports, the arts, and leisure activities. A number of local non-profits and ADA Cleveland members explore the many ways to adapt activities and provide excellent access… Continue reading →

Bingo: Disability in Pop Culture

"This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction" Play Bingo with ADA Cleveland! Fill your Bingo card with our favorite artists, actors, characters, and politicians with disabilities and learn a little bit about each of them. Registration is required to play via Zoom and qualify for prizes for the first three people to get… Continue reading →

Accessibility in Voting

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose's office will discuss efforts to ensure people with disabilities have access to vote. Participants will learn about voter registration, multiple ways of casting a ballot, voter rights and responsibilities, and how access is a key priority for Secretary LaRose. Presenters… Continue reading →

Celebrating 30 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act: How It Has Changed the Landscape for Employing People with Disabilities

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 made discrimination based on race, religion, sex, national origin and other characteristics illegal yet excluded language adding those same protections for individuals with disabilities. It wasn’t until 26 years later that The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law creating a comprehensive prohibition of discrimination on the… Continue reading →