Americans With Disabilities Act Information on the Web

 multicolor line

The EO&D Office does not endorse or guarantee the accuracy of information available at any other web sites. However, we think these sites may be of interest:

Americans With Disabilities Act Home Page:
The U.S. Department of Justice Official ADA Home Page.

Americans With Disabilities Act:
The full text version of the ADA, July 26, 1990, 104 STAT 327.

Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, P.L. 101-336:
The full text version of the ADA, P.L. 101-336. Same as above, alternate site.

Americans With Disabilities Act: Q&A:
The Department of Justice's determination of rights and responsibilities to assist the general public in understanding and complying with the ADA.

ADA Title II Technical Assistance Manual:
Covering state and local government programs and services.

ADA Title II Technical Assistance Manual Supplement:
1994 Supplement to the ADA Title II Technical Assistance Manual

Common Questions about Title II of the ADA:
Compiled by the DOJ.

ADA Title III Technical Assistance Manual:
Covering Public Accommodations and Commercial Facilities

ADA Title III Technical Assistance Manual Supplement:
1994 Supplement to the ADA Title III Technical Assistance Manual

Learn About the ADA in Your Local Library:
A listing of 35 technical assistance documents published by the Department of Justice available at libraries.

Myths And Facts About The Americans With Disabilities Act:
Compiled by the DOJ.

Federal Government (U.S. Dept. Of Justice) ADA Related Sites:

Including those links listed above, in addition to: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in State and Local Government Services; Part 36 -- Nondiscrimination Based on Disability by Public Accommodations and in Commercial Facilities; Enforcement Highlights: Fighting Discrimination Against Persons with HIV /AIDS; Proposed Rule, 28 CFR Part 35 - Requirement for Curb Ramps - Extended Public Comment Period; Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines; Detectable Warnings; Proposed Rule, 28 CFR Part 35 - Requirement for Curb Ramps - Extended Public Comment Period; Proposal to Amend Title II of the Americans With Disabilities Act; "Enforcement Highlights: Fighting Discrimination Against Persons with HIV/AIDS"; "Questions & Answers - The ADA and Persons with HIV/AIDS."

National Sources and Organizations compiled by the Disabilities Information Resources. The DINF Organization (Disabilities INFormation Resources), is a new non-profit organization that has been set up to collect information on disabilities and disabilities related subjects and make it available through the World Wide Web.  

multicolor line
 Back to the UMass Amherst Equal Opportunity & Diversity Home Page

 multicolor line

Copyright@1998
EMail:
eod@admin.umass.edu