New Website Features
New ADA Center Website Features
Highlights of the newly re-designed Rocky Mountain ADA Center website
Home Page Highlights
Welcome Banner – Scrolling banner featuring introductory information about the ADA Center, our training services, the resource of the week, and any other special announcements.
Audience Portals – Access to information geared toward our most frequent ADA Center customers including businesses and employers, transportation providers, state and local government agencies, architects and building professionals, and people with disabilities and advocates.
Popular Content – Highlighted links to some of our most popular website content.
Audience Portal Highlights
ADA and disability-law news for our most frequent ADA Center customers including:
- Targeted ADA overview information
- Frequently asked questions
- Popular publications
- Audience-specific resources
Events Calendar – Information about upcoming disability-related training opportunities, conferences, and special events throughout the Rocky Mountain region. Events include national webinars and events sponsored by the ADA Center, featuring ADA Center staff, and sponsored by other ADA Center colleagues and partners.
Press Room – The latest ADA information for the media including press releases, an online press kit, fact sheets, and by-lined articles available for publication.
Newsletters – Easy subscription options and access to archives of our print newsletter and monthly electronic newsletter, Rocky Mountain Access.
Leadership Network page – Section featuring our partners throughout the region that serve as Rocky Mountain ADA Leadership Network members. Members also have special password-protected access to additional resources and information via the Members’ back door.
Resources – Updated resources for the Rocky Mountain region including:
- ADA Enforcement Agencies
- ADA National Network Initiatives
- State-specific information including state ADA Coordinator contact details, state agencies, protection & advocacy groups, centers for independent living, state VR, workforce centers, and Assistive Technology projects.