Publications

ADA in Details: Interpreting the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design

ADA in Details provides visual interpretations of the ADA Standards for Accessible Design in a user-friendly format packed with practical design details.

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Multi-Family Reference Matrices

Don’t miss these new multi-family dwelling unit comparative guides of codes and federal regulations for kitchen and bathroom design.

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Upcoming Seminars

Stepping Thru Accessibility seminars are held through professional and private organizations. They are a perfect way to earn educational credits and deepen your knowledge of specific accessibility-related topics. Seminars are held across the country and online. To book Janis Kent for a public or private seminar, contact us.

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What is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp)? Interview of Janis Kent in Connection Magazine

February 9, 2018

I have been asked many times, what is a CASp (Certified Access Specialist program) and why is this program necessary. What I have found over the years is that Accessibility has become so complex, not only in the scoping and technical aspects but also which regulations apply. Typically this has been in the realm of architects, but determining which regulations and how to apply them many times depends upon money sourcing and whether it is a program of a public entity or a federal agency.

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