ADA Distance Learning Session: Implementing Olmstead, The Status of Enforcement Efforts

11/19/2013 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

The Bureau of Accessibility and Job Accommodation (BAJA) and the Illinois ADA Project host an ADA Distance Learning session on "Implementing Olmstead, The Status of Enforcement Efforts." The session discusses the works of the U.S. Departmetn of Justice, Civil Rights Division on an aggressive effort to enforce the Supreme Court's decision in Olmstead v. L.C., a rule that requires states to eliminate unnecessary segregation of persons with disabilities and to ensure that persons with disabilities receive services in the most integrated setting appropriate to their needs. This session will also discuss how the integration versus segregation mandate has been applied to employment.

Speaker

  • Anne Raish Disabilities Rights Section, U.S. Department of Justice

CE Recognition: CRCC, U of I CEU, Cert. of Attendance

To Register

The program is free to those who call and register. You must pre-register with the Bureau of Accessibility and Job Accommodation prior to the training date in order to receive the dial-in number and pass code.

Please contact the Bureau of Accessibility and Job Accommodation at one of the following numbers:

  • (312) 793-0034 (Voice)
  • (312) 793-2406 (FAX)
  • (888) 614-2385 (TTY)

Reasonable Accommodation

If you are requesting a reasonable accommodation, please contact the Bureau of Accessibility and Job Accommodation and specify what form of accommodation is needed at least two weeks prior to the training date.