Becoming ADA Compliant

Become ADA Compliant - ADA Training Course.

AID Foundation's ADA Training Course for Existing Facilities

Based on the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design

Class Topics:
Priority 1 - Accessible approach and entrance
Priority 2 - Access to goods and services
Priority 3 - Access to public toilet rooms
Priority 4 - Access to other items such as water fountains and public telephones

Including but not limiting to:

  1. Changes in the 2010 ADA Guidelines
  2. What business owners should do to avoid ADA lawsuits
  3. Barrier Removal
  4. Access
  5. Parking Facility Requirements
  6. Parking Spaces
  7. Accessible Slopes
  8. Ramps
  9. Railings
  10. Curbs
  11. Walkways
  12. Thresholds
  13. Floor Mats
  14. Stairs
  15. Lifts
  16. Door Clear Width
  17. Door Handles
  18. Door Opening Force
  19. Interior Signage
  20. Counter Top Heights
  21. Seating
  22. Bathrooms
  23. Railings
  24. Grab Bars
  25. Toilets
  26. Sinks
  27. Faucets
  28. Clearances
  29. Protrusions
  30. Clear Floor Spaces
  31. Mirrors
  32. Anti-burn Covering
  33. Paper and Soap Dispensers
  34. Etc.

*Restrictions

In order to qualify to receive $250, the recipient must have been subject to and settled an AID.org related enforcement action.