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Aging in Place

How to adapt your surroundings to allow for as much independence and safety as possible. The presentation will review strategies, techniques and resources which may help you remain in your home for as long as possible including home renovation and technology options, fall prevention, resources, and funding options.

Aging in Cleveland

A panel discussion with Clevelanders, Seniors, and accessibility experts to promote the most accessible and Covid safe spaces throughout the City.

Arts & Access: Dance Is For Every Body

In “Arts & Access: Dance is for Every Body”, an online workshop by The Dancing Wheels Company & School, President and Founding Artistic Director Mary Verdi-Fletcher shares employment opportunities and training in the arts as it relates to a person with a disability. Then, encouraging anybody and everyone to try dancing, Dancing Wheels’ offers a… Continue reading →

Making Arts Accessible

This presentation is aimed at improving access/interactions for people with disabilities in community art programs. The presentation would cover laws related to accessibility, ways to make sessions more accessible/inclusive and best practices to help people feel welcome regardless of ability.

Accessible Marketing

A presentation for non-profits, corporations, and individuals who want to reach a broader audience, and become more inclusive in their marketing approaches. We will share accessible "rules" for developing marketing products and hosting events.

ADA Cleveland Young Professionals Networking

Join ADA Cleveland for an accessible networking event. All people (and abilities) under 40 years old are welcome to join! Bring a friend, crush in trivia, enter to win prizes and more!

Inclusive Recreation: Avenues to Access

A panel of adaptive recreation organizations – each of the organizations will be discussing a few topics related to How greater access can be achieved. The panel will include YC, Rec2Connect, Empower Sports, and Adaptive Sports Ohio.  

Virtual Programming

Overview of alternative services for people who do not want to attend in person services due to COVID

Online tools for access and inclusion

The Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities (Cuyahoga DD) believes people with developmental disabilities should be able to access and participate fully in a community where they are welcomed, included, supported and celebrated. This includes where a person chooses to live, learn, work, play and worship. This belief is the foundation of inclusion. In support… Continue reading →

Traveling with Kids with Disabilities

Join ADA Cleveland for a presentation covering tips, tricks, and best practices for traveling with kids with disabilities.