The Premiere Conference on the Americans with Disabilities Act!

National ADA Symposium  Atlanta Georgia, May 10 to 13
On-Line Registration Opens January 5th, 2015!

The National ADA Symposium is a four day comprehensive conference on the Americans with Disabilities Act. The 19th annual ADA Symposium will offer a pre-conference, keynote, break-out sessions, advanced discussion groups, exhibits, and hands-on learning activities. The schedule features break-out sessions providing cutting edge information on a wide range of topics related to the ADA by nationally recognized presenters representing key agencies and organizations involved with the ADA such as: Department of Justice (DOJ), U.S. Access Board, EEOC, National Center on Accessibility and the International Code Council.

Designed For:

  • ADA Coordinators
  • Advocates
  • Architects
  • Business Community
  • Code Officials
  • Educators
  • Government Officials
  • Human Resource Specialists
  • Individuals with Disabilities
  • Family members
  • Service Providers

We measure effectiveness by attendee satisfaction!

100% of attendees surveyed reported learning information and skills that they will use on the job and in their communities!

99% of attendees surveyed said they would recommend the National ADA Symposium to a colleague.


Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Room rates will be announced at a later date.

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Thank You to Our 2014 Sponsors and Exhibitors.

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