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Physical Access: Being an Agent for Campus Change and Compliance, Part I

Slide 1 [logos] DOJ’s 2010 Regulations:

What You Need to Know and How to Prepare

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND THE ADA: INTERPRETERS, COMPANIONS, VRI, TRS, AND THE WEB

Seattle, July 14, 2011

Slide 2 [logos] Part Two EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND THE ADA: INTERPRETERS, COMPANIONS, VRI, TRS, AND THE WEB

Irene Bowen, J.D. ADA One, LLC

James A. Bostrom, M.Arch U.S. Department of Justice

Slide 3 Welcome to the session [man signing “welcome”]

Slide 4  About Irene Bowen

President of ADA One, LLC

Consulting, training, speaking

ADA, ABA, section 504

Self-evaluations and transition plans, policy compliance

Former Deputy Chief, Disability Rights Section, DOJ

Former Deputy General Counsel, US Access Board

Co-founder, National Center for Law and Deafness

AHEAD presenter and trainer (national, state)

Board member, National Association of ADA Coordinators

Part-time senior policy advisor with LCM Architects

Slide 5 About Jim Bostrom

Deputy Chief, Disability Rights Section, DOJ

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