This paper focuses on the elements of effective ADA advocacy and advocacy strategies in general. "Qualified person with a disability", "effective communication", "auxiliary aids and services”, "undue hardship/burden", and other topics are addressed. Readers are provided with recent case law defining "mitigating measures" that serve to disqualify individuals with disabilities, givingexamplesoflegaldeterminationsofwhatisconsidered"reasonable", and furnished with creative, effective negotiation strategies. The conference themes are also addressed by providing the professional with innovative issues and identification tools that can lead to effective remedies, as well as dynamic advocacy strategies for diverse situations.
Turner, R., & Lichtenberg, R. (2019). Reasonable Accommodations and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Effective Advocacy Approaches. JADARA, 34(3). Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/vol34/iss3/7