ADII assists businesses as well as local, state, tribal, and federal government agencies to ensure people with disabilities and the aging populations enjoy equal access to employment, programs, and services.
As a self-sustaining and fee-for-service project of the University of Washington’s Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation (CCER), we help create inclusive, user-friendly, and accessible experiences for all. We believe that everyone should have an equal chance to participate in and enjoy a full and meaningful life in a barrier-free community.
We specialize in serving cities, counties, museums, parks & recreation, lodging, medical hospitals and clinics, school districts, higher ed, and correctional facilities.
ADII services include:
- Consultations on public and private physical accessibility
- Design phase or pre-construction architectural plan reviews
- Communication and Website accessibility review using accessibility testing tools and human evaluators with first-hand knowledge
- Project management and coordination of Self-Evaluation and Transition plans, including the coordination of public and stakeholder engagement
- Employment, operational, and program accessibility compliance, including the fulfillment of staff training needs and capacity
- Customized training and e-learning on accessibility, compliance, and disability-related topics
For questions about services or consultation, please contact, Eva L. de Leon.