Accessibility 2020/2021 (AIA California)
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These visually engaging courses illustrate how Universal Design creates more inclusive buildings and urban environments.
The series includes an AIA Whitney M. Young Jr. Award recipient’s guide to designing accessibility hotels and resorts, an advocate for about disability rights discussing how long-held social misconceptions and assumptions about disability inform design, a case study of how the widely-acclaimed historical renovation of the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice resulted in a more inclusive design, the Commissioner for the City of Chicago’s Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities discussing how Chicago is becoming one of the most accessible and inclusive cities in the nation, and a provocative panel discussion that sheds light on why the disability community often states “Nothing About Us Without Us.”
These courses meet the 5 hours of requirements for California license renewal for accessibility (SB 1608 and California Business and Professions Code Section 5600.05) and the Texas BOE requirement of continuing education related to barrier-free design
SPECIAL DISCOUNT. Purchase this 4-part series and SAVE $35 – $55 ($125 AIA members, $195 non-members).
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