The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce will host a workshop for businesses, nonprofit organizations, public agencies and others interested in learning about and improving compliance with requirements established under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Chamber ADA workshop will be held Wednesday, September 17, 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at the California Center for Sustainable Energy, located at 8690 Balboa Avenue in San Diego.
In this interactive workshop, participants will develop an understanding of the basics of ADA compliance, learn steps to take to avoid potential lawsuits, gain knowledge on the benefits of compliance and receive information about tax credits.
The panel will include Amy Vandeveld, an attorney with expertise advocating on behalf of the disabled community and an expert on equal access and accommodations law; David Warren Peters, an attorney experienced with advising businesses and property owner on steps necessary to comply with accessibility laws; Cyndi Jones, Director of The Center for an Accessible Society; Don Reeves, Architect and ADA compliance expert; Afsaneh Ahmadi, Chief Building Official, City of San Diego; and Doug Metz, The King Law Group, representing the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber ADA Workshop is free of charge, however, reservations are requested. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (619) 544-1316.
Founded in 1870, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit organization with the goal of promoting the business interests of its more than 3,000 member companies, while increasing the international region's prosperity.