California ADA Consultants

Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans

MTC provides solutions to help solve disability law compliance challenges. The Americans with Disabilities Act requires all city, county, and state programs and services to be accessible to everyone. Whether a program or service is provided in a building, park, or sprawling institution, it must comply with the ADA, or the consequences could be costly.

 

California Public Right-of-Way Assessments

MTC helps communities make their public right-of-way more accessible for people with disabilities. MTC helps communities make their public right-of-way more accessible for people with disabilities.

While the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law more than 25 years ago, there are still no enforceable standards for pedestrian facilities. Even without standards, cities are required to build and maintain accessible sidewalks and intersections.

 

California Facility Surveys

Meeting The Challenge provides solutions to help solve disability law compliance challenges.

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability and requires places of public accommodations and commercial facilities,such as restaurants, hotels, theaters, retail stores, shopping centers, medical offices, hospitals, museums, zoos, and amusement parks, to be designed, constructed, and altered in compliance with accessibility standards.

 

California Parks and Recreation Assessments

Meeting The Challenge helps park and recreation organizations make their programs and facilities accessible for people with disabilities.

While the ADA has always required recreation facilities and programs to be accessible, there were no clear standards of accessibility until 2010 and no enforcement until 2012. Today, there are no exceptions. Park and recreation organizations must have accessible facilities and programs, or a plan to reach ADA compliance.

 

Architectural Plan Reviews

Meeting The Challenge helps California based architects, engineers, designers and planners ensure buildings are accessible for people with disabilities.

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires all public facilities to be accessible for everyone. Whether a facility is a building, a park, a sprawling institution, or a complete city, brand new or dated, it must meet certain ADA standards. If facilities don’t meet ADA requirements, the consequences could be costly.

 

California Outdoor Developed Area Assessments

Meeting The Challenge provides solutions to help improve outdoor and recreation accessibility.

Whether you are with a State Department of Natural Resources, the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, MTC can help improve the accessibility of your facilities and programs for people with disabilities.

 

Website Accessibility Reviews

Meeting The Challenge helps organizations, businesses, and universities ensure web accessibility for people with disabilities in the State of California.

When the ADA became the law of the land, the internet, as we know it, did not exist. Governments, universities, and service providers embraced the internet and navigating websites for information, learning, or simply to buy goods became the new normal. The Department Of Justice has recently placed an emphasis on creating an accessible internet, and MTC is here to help.

 

Cursory Facility Audits

Meeting The Challenge provides solutions to help analyze your disability law compliance challenges.

The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability and requires places of public accommodations and commercial facilities, such as restaurants, hotels, theaters, retail stores, shopping centers, medical offices, hospitals, museums, zoos, and amusement parks, to be designed, constructed, and altered in compliance with accessibility standards.

 

Expert Testimony

Meeting The Challenge provides expert testimony and analysis in California.

The U.S. Department of Justice, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and several other federal agencies receive complaints of disability discrimination, under the American with Disabilities Act, from people with disabilities across the country. In most cases, these agencies provide the individual with a right to sue letter. In the case of title III of the ADA, the individual may proceed with legal action without the formal right to sue letter.

 

California Disability Laws Training

Meeting The Challenge  provides effective Disability Laws training courses in California. The ADA regulations do not specifically require that public entities (title II) or (private) places of public accommodation (title III) provide ADA training for their employees. Whether it is the right thing to do or risk management, providing employees who have public interaction with the basic ADA information and disability etiquette training will help prevent unintentional disability discrimination.

 

California Multi-Housing Surveys

Meeting the Challenge (MTC) helps California developers, builders, owners and architects, responsible for the design and construction of new multi-family housing in California, to provide accessible residences for individuals with disabilities.

 

Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans Link
Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans
Public Right-of-way Assessments Link
Public Right-of-way Assessments
Facility Surveys Link
Facility Surveys
Park and Recreation Assessments Link
Park and Recreation Assessments
Architectural Plan Reviews Link
Architectural Plan Reviews
Outdoor Developed Area Assessments Link
Outdoor Developed Area Assessments
Website Accessibility Reviews Link
Website Accessibility Reviews
Multi-housing Surveys Link
Multi-housing Surveys

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