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Call for Access Kick off Rally

ADA Cleveland's Call for Access Kick Off Rally Join ADA Cleveland for the Call for Access inaugural event! The Kick Off Rally will feature speakers representing the legacy, the present and the future of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Enjoy community Q&As and live music. Register or stream on Facebook and YouTube.… Continue reading →

Survive and Thrive: Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities

Ash Alunan, Community Advocate, LEAP Maria Sutter, Peer Support Specialist, LEAP This webinar discusses the current health emergency and other potential emergencies, presents tools to identify particular needs of people with disabilities, and suggests advocacy methods to fulfill these needs before, during and after catastrophes. The webinar outlines physical preparation techniques like formal evacuation plans… Continue reading →

De-stressing Crafts

Crafting activities with Ann (MAHO) and Megan (YC) Feeling stressed? Crafty? Looking for something DIY? This class is for you! Follow along and learn how to make four different DE-stressing crafts with an empty plastic bottle and other easy-to-find household items. Be ready to make a "volcano," a calming glitter timer, a homemade "I spy"… Continue reading →

Advocacy 101

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here: When it comes to advocacy, every voice matters. Join us for this webinar to learn about how to make your voice heard and influence policy decisions at every level of government. During the presentation, you'll learn more about advocacy, how to advocate, and hear from an… Continue reading →

Examining Telecommunications Relay Services: Milestones and Consumer Impact

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here: Debra Patkin, an attorney advisor with the Disability Rights Office, Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will provide an overview of the telecommunications relay services (TRS) program. Pursuant to Title IV of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the FCC implements and regulates various… Continue reading →

“Dance for Every Body” Inclusive Dance Class

Inclusive dance class with Dancing Wheels Encouraging anyone and everyone to try dancing, Dancing Wheels’ class “Dance for Every Body” engages participants of all ages and abilities (family friendly, inclusive). This online interactive class starts with a warm-up sequence of dance exercises, continues by learning a dance routine to perform, and finishes with a dance… Continue reading →

Vision Health w/ Tips, Techniques and Tools to Live Better with Vision Loss

ASL interpreted For captioning click here: By 2050 vision loss is projected to double. Learn how you can minimize your risk by making some simple changes. If you're living with vision loss we can help you optimize your remaining vision. Useful information for everyone!

Public Transportation for People with Disabilities

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here: Transportation is a highly important issue for people with disabilities. Quality transportation is often needed to engage in community life, jobs, education and to access health care. Since the passage of the ADA 30 years ago, public and private transportation providers must meet ADA requirements, such… Continue reading →