What the Accessibility Project does:
CREEC’s Accessibility Project fights with urgency to make real the ADA’s promises of equity and inclusion. We currently offer educational programs and materials in these areas:
- Physical accessibility including accessible curb ramps; hotel transportation; stadiums and entertainment venues; and jails and prisons.
- Equal and effective communication removing communications barriers for Deaf, Deaf-Blind, Deaf-Disabled and Hard of Hearing (DDBDDHH) individuals in medical, law enforcement, jails and prisons, and other settings.
- Fair housing including reasonable accommodations in policies; reasonable physical modifications in apartments and condos; and effective communication.
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Accessibility Project Education Request Form
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The Accessibility Project also offers several downloadable documents that may be helpful to people experiencing discrimination based on a disability or their attorneys or advocates.
- Inmates with Disabilities: Know Your Rights
- CREEC’s Quick Guide to Interpreters in Medical Settings
- Fast Advocacy for Communication (FAC) Info Sheet
- Overview of the architectural provisions of Title III of the ADA
- A brief history of disability rights in Colorado.
And on the lighter side: