Research and Resources

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General Resource

Rocky Mountain Region Demographics Report

This report summarizes findings from the U.S. Census and ADA-PARC (ADA Participation Action Research Consortium) and shows the number of individuals in different racial and ethnic groups in the service area of the Rocky Mountain ADA Center.

Reasonable accommodations for people with diabetes under Title I of the ADA

This report explores what protections individuals with diabetes are entitled to under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the context of employment.
Knowledge Translation

When is gender dysphoria considered a disability under the ADA?

A more conversational approach to our full research report on gender dysphoria.

Students with disabilities in clinical and internship placements and the ADA

Students participating in internships and other experiential placements are not entitled to Title I ADA protection unless they are considered employees.

Spanish Language Outreach Project Infographics

Infographics on how the Spanish Language Outreach Project is performing and how ADA information can be better delivered to Spanish-speaking communities.

Spanish Language Outreach Project

This report goes over stage one of the Spanish Language Outreach (SLO), a five-year collaborative national initiative of the ADA National Network.

Increasing Rates of EEOC Retaliation Complaints Impacts Disability Rights

Explore what is causing the increasing rates of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission retaliation complaints and how it impacts individuals with disabilities

Representation of Disability in Employer’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Initiatives

This report summarizes how disability is represented in diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility initiatives within organizations throughout the United States.

ChatGPT and Disability: Benefits, Concerns, and Future Potential

Despite the concerns and significant media attention highlighting these concerns, the potential benefits of tools like ChatGPT for individuals with disabilities cannot be overlooked.

When is gender dysphoria considered a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act?

This report will explore when gender dysphoria is a protected disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).