Americans with Disabilities Act


Great Lakes ADA Center
Provides technical assistance and training to both businesses and people with disabilities regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Breaking New Ground
Internationally recognized as the primary source for information and resources on rehabilitation technology for persons working in agriculture.

Indiana Equipment Exchange (no link available)
Facilitates low-cost transfer of used medical equipment to people in need. For further information, please contact:
Indiana Equipment Exchange
615 N. Alabama St., Ste. 332
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Telephone: 1.317.335.4269  Toll-Free: 1.800.821.6708

Partnership for Assistive Technology with Indiana Schools (PATINS)
Works with Indiana schools to provide training and access to assistive technology to maximize the student’s learning capabilities.


The Access Board a.k.a. U. S. Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board
This website provides information on legislative issues, technical assistance and other accessibility issues.

The ADA and City Governments: Common Problems
Reviews common problems, why a problem needs to be addressed, and what the requirement is.

ADA Document Center
Websites to find statutes, regulations, technical assistance manuals and other documents, relating to ADA.

ADA Guide for Small Business
Informal guidance to assist with understanding the ADA and the Department of Justice”s regulations.

ADA Guide for Small Towns
A guide for small local governments, including towns, townships, and rural areas.

ADA and the Responsibilities of an Employer
Explains the section about prohibiting job discrimination.

ADA Technical Assistance Manuals
User-friendly source for specifics on ADA regulations.

Common ADA Error and Omission in New Construction and Alterations
Discusses common accessibility errors, or omissions, and what the requirement actually is for compliance with ADA standards.

Construction ADA resources
Essential information for the architect, designer or builder needing to comply with the requirements of the ADA. Most commercial projects are affected by this law.

DBTAC:  Disability & Business Technical Assistance Centers
Ten regional DBTAC’s promote public awareness of ADA; in addition, answers technical questions and disseminates federally-approved information and materials.

Small Employers and Reasonable Accommodation
This website has information about changes you can make to prevent workplace barriers.

Title I of ADA of 1990
Regulations on employment.

Title I of ADA of 1990
Employment technical assistance manual.

Title I of ADA of 1990
How to file a Title I complaint.

Title II of ADA of 1990
Regulations on Public Services

Title II of ADA of 1990
How to file a Title II complaint.

Title III of ADA of 1990
Regulations on Public Accommodations.

Title III of ADA of 1990
How to file a Title III complaint.

Title IV of ADA of 1990
Regulations on Telecommunications.

Title V of ADA of 1990
Regulations on Miscellaneous Provisions.

U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) ADA Home Page
Provides information on DOJ”s enforcement activities, certification of State and local building codes, and other ADA related information.

U. S. Department of Justice (DOJ) ADA Regulations and Technical Assistance Materials
Listing of free ADA materials and how to order.

Adapting Motor Vehicles
This brochure explains how to evaluate your needs, selecting the right vehicle and more.

Center for Rehabilitation Technology
Devoted to applications of technology to alleviate problems of human need.

Funding of Assistive Technology
Use Social Security Work Incentives to fund AT and make work a reality.

Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
Provides information about job accommodations and employment solutions for people with disabilities.

Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA)
Association of people with a common interest of technology and disability.   A listing of AT practitioners and suppliers can be found here.

Tech Connections
Search a database for specific AT information.

The WILL Center