Access Granted

Access Granted is our blog giving you the latest in ADA news and updates.

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Taking Vision for Granted

I have the privilege to train at the Olympic and Paralympic Training Center located in Colorado Springs. This facility hosts and houses a number of sports which serve to develop athletes looking to compete at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Interview with Hannah Cory on Service Animals

At the Rocky Mountain ADA Center, we often train people on what the ADA says about service animals and how to show respect toward these animals and their handlers.

Assistive Technology Series: Technology for Hearing Disabilities

In this installment of our Assistive Technology Series, we touch on the topic of assistive technology for individuals with hearing disabilities.

Protection from Bullying at School - A Civil Right

The beginning of the new school year brings out a plethora of emotions and expectations.

WCAG Aligning with the ADA

There likely has been a trend of lawsuits for inaccessible websites and the pandemic, due to the rise of remote work and online shopping, amongst other use of the Internet.

This Changes Everything

I would consider myself a student of the arts. I used to play the trombone professionally, I still dabble on piano, and I enjoy drawing in my free time.

Effective Communication while Traveling Seems like a Pipe Dream.

When summertime comes, it means everyone will have plans to travel for vacation! Traveling while deaf has its pros and cons. Especially during the pandemic with the masks being worn for good reason.

84 Days Isn't Always the Magic Number

So many times, an employer finds they have reached a crossroad, that point when an employee has reached the end of Family Medical Leave (FMLA) entitlement of 12 weeks. 12 weeks of FMLA equal 84 calendar days, what is an employer to do?

Layers of Laws

Statements in this post should only be considered informal information and not a source of legal advice.

Assistive Technology Series: Technology for Visual Disabilities

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