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2016 Sessions Schedule & Descriptions

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Pre-Conference:
Sunday, June 19: 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

PC1 Basic Overview of the ADA --Brinkhoff

PC2 Mindfulness Stress Reduction --Sternadori

PC3 Denver Regional Transportation District Tour

Break-Out Session Schedule
Monday, June 20
Tuesday, June 21
Wednesday, June 22

Session 1
1:00- 3:00

Session 2
3:20-5:20

Session 3 8:30-10:30

Session 4
10:50-12:20
Session 5
2:00-3:30
Session 6
3:50-5:20
Session 7
8:30-10:30
Session 8
10:45-12:15
1A

Access to Stadiums

Stein, Laurenzano, Odelle
2A

Accessible Voting

Hughes/Baskin
3A

History of the ADA

Wodatch

4A

ADA Compliance in Transportation Projects

Bettale

5A

ADA & Wellness Programs

Kuczynski

6A

Planning Accessible Temporary Events

Perry
7A

Private Transportation

Smith
8A

Responding to Project Civic Access

Conger/Bosch
1B

Barrier Free Healthcare Initiative

Gordon
2B

Effective Communication Policy

Alder
3B

ADA/FMLA/Leave of Absence

Taylor/Weisberg
4B

Titles II & III in Healthcare: Part 1

Bradley,Wrong,Ridley
5B

Titles II & III in Healthcare: Part 2

Bradley, Wrong, Ridley
6B

Accessible Healthcare & Medical Diagnostic Equipment

Pace, Bostrom, Bradley
7B

Title III Barrier Removal & Healthcare

Bradley, Fuentes,
Dunlap, Pace

8B

Breaking Down Barriers to Healthcare

Robertson/Reiskin
*1C

Title I Guidelines

Kuczynski
**2C

Reasonable Accommodation

Burke
**3C

Reasonable Accommodation (Repeat)

Matheson
4C

Invisible Disabilities

Strobel-Gower
5C

Essential Job Functions & Job Descriptions

Burke
6C

Disclosure in Employment

Turner
7C

Employment & HIV/AIDS

Rousseau/Mugoya
8C

Psychiatric Disabilities & Employment

Burke
1D

Service Animals

Sandler
2D

Customer Services & Marketing

Vessels
3D

WCAG V2
and Business

Mulhall
4D

Landlord/Tenant Liabilities & Tax Incentives

McCullough
5D

ADA & Legal Capacity Issues

McCullough
6D

Implementing Section 503

Strobel-Gower
7D

Title III Existing & Historic Buildings

Jackson
8D

Title III Accommodations & Customer Service

Van Note
1E

Student Athletes & 504

Levitan,Simpson, Mobley, Lakowski
2E

Accessible Campus Construction Management

Haenlin-Mott
3E

Higher Education & Service Animals
FHA/ADA/504

Mobley/Worden
4E

Colleges' Response to Food Disabilities

Newman
5E

Captioning & Transcription Project

Shewak/Singleton
6E

Higher Education & Housing: ADA/FHA

Judd
7E

Education & Digital Access

Mobley/Nakata
8E

Postsecondary Education Transitioning

Fruechtenicht/Smith
1F

Successful Self-Evaluations: Correctional Facilities

Decrambe, Klemme, Larrauri
*2F

Role of the ADA Coordinator

Ed Neuberg
*3F

Self-Eval & Transition Plans:Part 1

Terry
*4F

Self-Eval & Transition Plans:Part 2

Terry
**5F

Emergency Prepardness

Secontine
**6F

Effective Communication

Gerlis
*7F

Self-Eval & Transition Plans:Part 1
(Repeat)

Conway
*8F

Self-Eval & Transition Plans:Part 2
(Repeat)

Conway
1G

Access Surveys

Torkelson
2G

DOJ Update

Sally Conway

3G

Outdoor Recreation

Bill Botten
4G

Accessibility Shortcomings on College Campuses

Tofle/Sternadori
5G

Getting Your Stories Heard by the Media

Clark/White
6G

St. Louis Arch Project & Universal Design

Hilberry/Newburger
7G

Top Ten ADA Cases

Taylor/Weisberg
8G

Accessibility & Disability in the Military

Woodell/Smith
**1H

Public Rights of Way:Part 1

Anderson
**2H

Public Rights of Way: Part 2

Anderson
*3H

2010 Standards:Part 1

Yanchulis
*4H

2010 Standards:Part 2

Yanchulis

5H

GIS Mapping & Self-Evaluations

Braden

6H

Learning from Mistakes

Goss/Love
*7H

2010 Standards:Part 1
(Repeat)

Yanchulis
*8H

2010 Standards:Part 2
(Repeat)

Yanchulis
1I

Inclusive Design: Beyond the ADA

Osterberg
2I

Top 10 Errors & Omissions in Accessible Design

Woodward, Paarlberg,Edwards
3I

Housing Alterations

Paarlberg/Mazz
4I

2010 Standards: DOJ Perspective

Bostrom
5I

Accessible Routes-Advanced

Pace/Botten
6I

Means of Egress

Paarlberg/Mazz
7I

Case Study: Additions/Alterations

Sternadori
8I

Referenced Standards

Paarlberg/Mazz
 
Post-Conference:
Wednesday, June 22: 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Note:
The post-conference will offer advanced sessions with limited seating.

Post-Con 1: Sharing Strategies for Success in Business

Post-Con 2: Sharing Strategies for Success in Higher Education

Post-Con 3: Sharing Strategies for Success in Local & State Government Efforts

Post-Con 4: Sharing Strategies for Success in Employment Initiatives

Post-Con 5: Ask and Advise the Design Experts

*Meets a foundation requirement for ACTCP members. **Meets an optional foundation requirement for ACTCP members.
All other sessions may be applied as elective credits toward certification by ACTCP members.