Celebrating the ADA at 30 – Exploring Research on Accessibility, Equity, and Inclusion

On July 26th, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush. Thirty years later, an entire generation has grown up, gone to school, and joined the workforce in a world that is more inclusive and accessible than ever. As far as we’ve come, we still have more to do to ensure that people with disabilities can live, learn, and work as fully integrated members of their communities. Throughout July, we will be exploring some of the crucial work of the NIDILRR grantee community and other entities in employment, architecture, technology, transportation, and service delivery, and we will look ahead to new research and development for a more open, accessible, and inclusive world.

Today, we feature recent articles from our Research In Focus series, which highlight interesting findings in inclusive employment, access to facilities and transportation, housing, and government services:

Would you like to take a deeper dive into research on the Americans with Disabilities Act? Try these REHABDATA searches:

These are just a few examples of ways you can explore research literature indexed in the REHABDATA database. Learn more about advanced searching on your own or get in touch with our information specialists for assistance!

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1 Response to Celebrating the ADA at 30 – Exploring Research on Accessibility, Equity, and Inclusion

  1. Pingback: A Quick Look at the ADA: Title I – Employment | Collection Spotlight from the National Rehabilitation Information Center

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