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Frequently Asked Questions

WHY does ADA Compliance Experts focus training and resources on communication access?

Most consulting companies that address ADA accessibility issues focus on architectual barriers.  Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, or deaf/ blind are often denied access to programs and services because providers are unaware of their legal obligations to effectively communicate or how to accommodate their needs.   For those reasons ACE, LLC, has developed training and resources to address communication access for people with LEP (Limited English Proficiency).

 Why is ADA compliance training necessary for my company?

Knowing the laws and having systems in place prior to violations, limits the risk and liability for your company. Many businesses are unaware of their legal obligations or how to accommodate people who are Deaf, Hard of hearing, Late deafened, Deaf/Blind or who have LEP (Limited English Proficiency).

What types of Training does ADA Compliance Experts offer?

We design training programs to meet the specific needs of your staff. The training is usually developed based on information obtained during the facilities initial risk assessment. We offer basic and intermediate ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Sensitivity Awareness Training, annual refresher training, and Assistive Technology Training. The advanced training curriculum is specifically designed for administrators and Risk Managers. 

Which employees or staff should participate in training?

In order to decrease liability and increase disability and language access awareness, ALL managers, employees, and volunteer staff should participate in this training to ensure that they are aware of your companies legal obligations to provide effective communications.

Will CEUs be provided from the training?

CEUs are provided for most professions upon completion of training.

 Is it too late to receive services from ADA Compliance Experts, LLC, if a complaint or lawsuit has already been filed against my business?

No not at all,we offer training, information, and resources to help you resolve barriers to your services. We can guide you towards preventive action and planning for access. “Good Faith”, effort is a factor in assessing civil penalties under Title III of the ADA. 

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