Webinar: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Your Rights

Many people with disabilities miss out on opportunities to equal access because we do not know our rights under The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is a law to protect against discrimination on the basis of disability. Learn more about your rights as a person with a disability!

 

Webinar:
The Americans with Disabilities Act and Your Rights

Come Join Us - Celebrating the 30-years Anniversary of the ADA.

Many people with disabilities miss out on opportunities to equal access because we do not know our rights under The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is a law to protect against discrimination on the basis of disability. Learn more about your rights as a person with a disability!

About the webinar:

This webinar will cover the History of the ADA, The Five Titles of the ADA and how you can benefit from your right to Reasonable Accommodations. We will walk you through how accommodations are essential to your personal growth in education, employment, services and programs.  

Together we will explore the following:

  • The History of the ADA
  • What is the Americans with Disabilities Act?
  • What are your rights under the ADA?
  • How can you benefit from Reasonable Accommodations?

Speakers:

Rosy Tellez, Peer Self-Advocacy Coordinator with Disability Rights California, brings extensive peer employment training expertise. She facilitated Peer Specialist Trainings in Los Angeles County for the past 13 years at the Disability Community Resource Center and holds a high peer employment placement success rate. Having navigated Department of Mental Health Youth and Adult services, Rosy uses Peer Support, Self-Help and Peer Advocacy as primary Wellness tools. She is an important role model for the peer community, having achieved 17 years without any psychiatric hospitalizations.

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