New England ADA Center
Special Announcement
March 5, 2014
Recipients of New England ADA
2014 Field-Based Training Day Announced!
We are pleased to announce this year's Field-Based Training Day awardees. Six municipalities will receive a day long hands-on training and a $1,000 stipend to address access issues. Congratulations!
  • Boston City Hall Boston, Massachusetts City Hall
  • Castleton, Vermont Hubburdton Town Hall
  • Concord, New Hampshire Town Hall
  • Ellsworth, Maine Moore Community Center
  • Stamford, Connecticut Rippowam Middle School
  • Sudbury, Massachusetts Parks and Recreation Department
The purpose of the Field-Based Training Day is to help cash strapped communities bring together stakeholders to address accessibility issues in public facilities such as town halls, libraries, police stations, recreation areas, etc. The Field-Based Training Day is a hands-on experience in conducting an accessibility review and identifying solutions that would improve accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

We invite cities and towns to submit proposals for 2015. Visit Field-Based Training to learn about requirements and submit a proposal. The deadline for submissions is December 31, 2014. We look forward to your application!
Photo: Boston City Hall.
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New England ADA Center, a project of the Institute for Human Centered Design

The New England ADA Center is a member of the ADA National Network funded by US Department of Education through National Institute on Disability Rehabilitation and Research Grant # H133A110028.

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