13.1 Tips from an ADA Compliance Officer and Key Terms and Definitions
AuthorBehling, Kirsten T.
Bellemore, Eileen H.
Bibeau, Lisa B.
Cioffi, Andrew S.
McNamee, Andrew S.
GroupStudent Accessibility and Academic Resource (StAAR) Center (Tufts University)
Association of American Medical Colleges
Salem State University
SubjectStudents with disabilities--Services for
Communication in services for people with disabilities
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DescriptionInstitutions will vary in how they allocate policy management responsibilities, but it is crucial to align Disability Services policies with those of the rest of the college/university. Consulting with your colleagues in compliance can be very beneficial in ensuring consistency. Here is some advice from an ADA compliance officer to help clarify the key terms and definitions used when developing polices. (Material courtesy of C. Wells, All Rights Reserved).
CitationBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. 13.1 Tips from an ADA Compliance Officer and Key Terms and Definitions. Philadelphia: Temple University Libraries, 2023.
Citation to related workBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. Disability Services in Higher Education: An Insider’s Guide. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2023.
Available at: https://tupress.temple.edu/books/disability-services-in-higher-education