ADII assists businesses as well as federal, local, and state governments 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.