2022 ADA Seminar

Promoting Housing Justice

A VIRTUAL ADA SEMINAR:

From Barriers to Full Community Access for People with Disabilities

October 12, 13, 19, 20

(CLEs available)

October 12

Moderator:

Brittanie Maddox

Disability Rights Advocate

11:00-12:30

Panel: Best Practices in Local Housing Policy

Nick Komives, City of Toledo Council Member At-Large
Rosalyn Clemens, Director, Department of Neighborhoods
Tom Mackin, Esq., Chief Administrative & Legal Officer, Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority
Mike Hart, Executive Director, Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board

1:00-2:30

Accommodations and Modifications: The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Under The Fair Housing Act and How to Enforce Them

George Thomas, Vice President and General Counsel from The Fair Housing Center

October 13

10:00-12:00

Fair Housing Amendments Act Design and Construction Requirements

Sara Pratt, Counsel from Relman Colfax PLLC

October 19

Moderator:
Valerie Fatica
Disability Manager, City of Toledo

11:00-12:00

The Intersection Between Housing and Health and the State of Housing and Homelessness in Ohio

Gina Wilt, Advocacy Director from COHHIO

1:00-2:00

Panel: Overcoming Barriers to Independent Living from the Perspective of Advocates with Disabilities

Adrienne Bell
Katie Shelley
Jeremy Bigelow
Angie Goodnight

October 20

10:00-11:30

Community Partnership Award: Developing Accessible Tiny Homes for the Bluff Street Village Project

Larry Clark, Ph.D., Bluff Street Village

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Hear from national, state, and local experts about the Fair Housing Act and best practices in housing policy affecting people with disabilities.

The Fair Housing Center
Toledo Lucas County Commission on Disabilities