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ADA National Network Learning Session: Challenges and Opportunities: Lessons Learned from ADA Coordinators Working within Diverse Healthcare Organizations

Thursday, July 22, 2021
2:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. EST

Cost: Free

Format: Webinar

Where: Online/Web-based

Sponsored By:

Webinar Series: Health Care and the ADA - Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities
from the Pacific ADA Center, member of the ADA National Network


A growing number of healthcare organizations are hiring fulltime ADA Coordinators. It is unknown how ADA Coordinators are integrated into healthcare organizations, including what types of roles and responsibilities they have and the types of initiatives they lead. The presentation will present findings from interviews with ADA Coordinators who represent 20 healthcare systems across the country. Specifically, we will present findings on the job titles and duties ADA Coordinators have, the types of initiatives they lead, how they collaborate with groups within and outside of their healthcare systems, their budgetary supports and constraints, and ongoing challenges they experience.


Deadline to Register - July 21, 2021

Register at the web link below or go to

These 90-minute webinars are delivered by the Pacific ADA Center using the Zoom webinar platform. All sessions will be captioned, recorded and archived. This program is delivered via both webinar platform and via telephone (additional charges may apply). Real-time captioning is available via the webinar platform.

To view all of the webinar sessions or to see previous sessions, go to

Contact For More Information:

Pacific ADA Center
Phone: 510-285-5600 (v/tty)
Web: Webinar Series: Health Care and the ADA - Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities

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