Did you know that the Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDeA) offers an online continuing education program? The program is designed for anyone (e.g., advocates, builders/contractors, planners, architects, occupational and physical therapists, and policymakers) interested in learning about the universal design of places, products, and systems with a particular focus on the implications of a life span perspective. Registration is now available until January 12th, 2012 for the following three “special topic” courses: Accessible Transit Facility Design & Revised ADA/ABA Guidelines; Product Usability; and Home Modifications. These courses start January 16th, 2012, continue for four weeks until February 12th, are entirely online, and each cost $250 USD. For more information and/or to register for these courses please visit http://www.udeworld.com/training/continuing-education/course-description.html. For more information on the IDeA Continuing Education Program please visit http://www.udeworld.com/training/continuing-education.html.
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