Cultural Access Network Project Resource Library
The Resource Library is your one stop shop for all things Access. We encourage you to utilize this tool when developing your ADA Plan or whenever you have an access related question. You can search by keyword or by category. New resources are uploaded regulary. If you know of a resource that should be shared, please contact the New Jersey Theatre Alliance by emailing Robert Carr at email@example.com.
Through its ten regional centers, the ADA National Network provides information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our services are tailored to meet the needs of business, government and individuals at local, regional and national levels.
This manual was designed to assist museums in becoming accessible to all individuals, including people with disabilities, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 (ADA).
Disability.gov is the federal government website for comprehensive information about disability-related programs, services, policies, laws and regulations.
For touring companies or organizations that use facilities other than those they own, it is stongly recommneded that you provide a letter of agreement, rider and/or ADA checklist to the landlord or manager of the venue in which the programming will take place.
Designed to help organizations not only comply with Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, but to assist in making access an integral part of planning, mission, programs, outreach, meetings, budget and staffing.
The resource linked below is an example of a checklist utilized by the Mercer County Park Commission regarding temporary events and those agencies/organizations that use the Parks for their events.
It is recommended that all cultural organizations have a policy providing the public a timeline if they require an accommodation/service. This policy should appear in all print and online communications.
Sample Advance Notification Policy
Providing equal opportunity to people with disabilities is the fundamental principle of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).