ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plans Reduce Risk and Can Save Public Agencies Money in the Long Run

ADA Self-Evaluation involves a comprehensive assessment of public agencies’ facilities, programs, and services to identify barriers to accessibility. This process entails examining physical infrastructure, communication systems, policies, and practices to ensure compliance with ADA regulations. The findings of the Self-Evaluation inform the development of a Transition Plan — a strategic roadmap and ‘Living Document’ for addressing accessibility barriers and achieving ADA compliance over time.

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