Winning the “Bring Me a Rock” Game – Requesting ADA Information
Date: Tuesday March 10, 2020
Training Type: Remote Monthly Series Training
Do you receive the information you need from healthcare providers, and others, in support of the ADA interactive accommodation process? Employers may seek reasonable documentation after receiving a request for accommodation, but there are no standard ADA forms, and there is no required procedure for gathering this information. This can lead to a “bring me a rock” kind of game when ADA decision makers aren’t exactly sure what information is needed to effectively engage in the interactive process. Employers need practical guidance and resources for collecting disability-related information from appropriate professionals in order to accommodate employees with disabilities. This JAN training will offer practical strategies and resources to effectively obtain disability-related information for ADA purposes.
- Tracie DeFreitas , Lead Consultant — ADA Specialist
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