Americans With Disabilities Act 2015
Accessibility Resources and other groups at UB and the WNY community are planning a calendar full of educational and celebratory events throughout 2015 to mark the 25th anniversary of the ADA.
To kick off the celebration, there was an ADA flash mob in the Student Union. Experience the journey towards the performance: UB ADA Flashmob
UB ADA Celebration Events
All events are free and open, unless noted; if you would like to request ASL interpreting or other accommodations please contact Susan Mann Dolce at firstname.lastname@example.org or 645-2608 as soon as possible.
Universal Design Yoga
Tues. 3/3 - Fri. 3/6 from 4:30 - 6 pm
Greiner Hall B Classrooms
The first 30 students are welcome! Yoga that is safe, welcoming and welcoming for all students.
Disability Studies Presentation by Lezlie Frye, Disability Studies Scholar
Wed. 3/4 from 1 - 3 pm
210 Student Union
Workshop on Intentional Inclusion with Lezlie Frye, Disability Studies Scholar
Thurs. 3/5 from 1 - 3 pm
Student Union 145 B
Screening "Fixed" with Regan Brashear: Director/Producer
Wed. 4/1 from 1 - 3 pm (210 Student Union)
Wed. 4/1 from 7 - 9 pm (Museum of Disability History, 3826 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14226 - Entrance fee to be announced.)
ADA Legacy Tour & Symposium
Wed. 4/29 & Thurs. 4/30 from 9am - 4pm
Harriman Hall and Museum of Disability History
Note Takers Needed for Students with Disabilities
If your professor makes an announcement that a note taker is needed in one of your courses and you would like to volunteer, please stop by or contact the office to learn more. Student note takers who are eligible receive a stipend of $25 per credit hour at the end of the semester, usually $75. Note takers are required to make copies of their notes to share with a student with a disability. Accessibility Resources coordinates the photocopying and/or scanning of the notes at no cost to the note taker.
Tips to Make UB a More Inclusive Community
- Tip #1 - Planning a meeting or party? Schedule it in a place that is accessible to everyone.
- Tip #2 - Do what you can to make sure ramps, sidewalks and entrances are accessible.
- Tip #3 - Respect the people around you; try to get to know them.
- Tip #4 - If you can't understand what someone is saying, ask them to say it again so you can understand.
- Tip #5 - Respectful attitudes are part of the solution to including people with disabilities.
Sponsored by Wellness Education Services & Accessibility Resources