The ADA Impact on KU Faculty, Staff and Students

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In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), John Fackler talks about how the ADA affects his life, how things could be better, and the positive impact of his motorized wheelchair on his ability to participate more fully and accomplish everyday activities.

Amber Norris discusses being a student with a disability and how accommodations have helped her in her academic career.

Mike Hoeflich discusses the ADA and his life on campus and in the Lawrence community.

Kelsey Shinnick talks about her high school and college life under the ADA and her hopes for the future of the ADA.

Susan Tabor shares her thoughts on growing up and working with a disability and the effect of the ADA on her life.

Shanna Groves, graduate student, talks about the ADA and hearing loss and assistive technology.

Jennifer Marcinkowski and her thoughts on the ADA from a student/employee perspective.

Alice Zhang compares life in the US under the ADA to life in China.

Mary Chappell perspectives on the ADA and improvements needed.

Alex O'Brien's perspectives on the ADA.

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