New England ADA Center Offers Free Training for Communities
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 and recreation areas. Closing Date for Applications is December 31, 2013
We invite cities and towns to submit proposals to become the recipient of a Field-Based Training Day. The ADA Field-Based Training Day is a hands on experience conducting an accessibility review and identifying solutions that would improve accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act. If a municipality is selected, it will also receive $1,000 towards improving accessibility.
Municipalities in New England that have submitted a proposal and have been selected include:
- Bethel, Vermont Outdoor Recreation Area
- Bradford, Vermont Public Library
- Lisbon, New Hampshire Town Hall
- Nashua, New Hampshire Public Library
- New Britain, Connecticut Veterans Stadium
- Pawtucket, Rhode Island Town Hall
- Worcester, Massachusetts Town Hall
Eligible Applicants: Cities and towns in New England
Closing Date for Application: December 31, 2013
Expected Number of Awards: One per New England state
To learn more and fill out an application, visit our website.
For questions or concerns please contact: Oce Harrison or 1-800-949-4232 or 617-695-1225 x 227