Because of the ADA . . .

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Below are thoughts on what the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) means to people. Has the ADA had an impact you?
Share your thoughts here.

Because of the ADA...

My friend is able to work a job and have transportation.

(1984)
Madison, WI
Because of the ADA...

My organization- Madison Childrens Museum is able to be an accessible inclusive employer and learning center for all. 

Sandra Bonici (1965)
Madison, WI
Because of the ADA...

The law passed 1 week after my spinal cord injury. Having things available like curb cuts, hotel rooms, restrooms makes being in public doable. 

(1965)
Cottage Grove, WI
Because of the ADA...

For the services that St. Coletta provides.

Lisa Sherer (1974)
Jefferson, WI
Because of the ADA...

I can no longer be oppenly discriminated against for having disabilities in employment or education. 

Karen Lane (1968)
Rice Lake, WI
Because of the ADA...

My good friend can get around town with ease. He recieved a great college education and participated in team sports. 

Dean (1974)
Madison, WI
Because of the ADA...

My cousin (4 years old) is able to enjoy parks!

Mary
Middleton
Because of the ADA...

I am able to go anywhere and do anything with my friends with disbilities. 

Claire Wisniewski
Madison, WI
Because of the ADA...

I became disabled in 1993 so most of the groundwork of the disability rights movement was laid. I have always had rights and have taken it for granted because it has always been there.

Stephens Point, WI
Because of the ADA...

My friends and family can lead a more productive life. Thanks ADA!

Madison, WI

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