ADA 25th Anniversary Celebration 2015

Additional ADA Anniversary Celebration Events:

Get Ready to Party?

2015 is the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act. ABILITY360 will celebrate this historic milestone with monthly events throughout the year that represents the social, educational, and cultural elements of the ADA.  Stay tuned for updates on events and event registration.

Call for volunteers – If you want to help create and staff any of these events please contact us at or call 602-682-5581.

Free Workshop for Job Seekers

Learn how to improve your ability to impress employers

Tuesday July 7, 2015

9:00 am – 11:00 am

Disability Empowerment Center (DEC)

Classroom B – 2nd floor

5025 E. Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034

For more information on the Job Fair or Workshop contact   or call 602-682-5581

Register for the workshop at

Followed by an Abilities Job Fair at 11:30 am

You do not have to attend the workshop  to participate in the Job Fair.)

DEC Conference Center – 1st Floor – Registration in the DEC Lobby

Meet with Employers!

Come prepared! Bring several copies of YOUR resume.

  • Dress for success
  • Bring multiple copies of YOUR resume
  • Workshop participants will get into the Job Fair early

For more information on the Job Fair or Workshop contact advocacy@abil.orgor call 602-682-5581

We will provide reasonable accommodations including sign language interpreters are available upon request one week before the event. For more information contact  or call 602-682-5581.

Workshop and Job Fair sponsored by ABILITY360, AZDES/RSA/Vocational Rehabilitation, Maximus & Maricopa Workforce Connections East Valley One Stop Center – Disability Empowerment Center

Please do not wear perfume or scented products to this event.

7/14/15 – ADA Conference


25th Anniversary Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Educational & Community Building Conference

July 14

9:30am – 2:30pm

Disability Empowerment Center

First Floor Conference room

5025 E. Washington Street, Phoenix 85034

Topics include:

  • Take Pride – for how far we have come in struggle for Civil Rights, Justice and Equality as Americans – Viewing of the Great Fight for Disability Rights with group discussion
  • Learn about Advocacy – For issues that support our lives: Transportation, Healthcare, Employment, Housing
  • Call to Action – where do we go from here? This is your revolution, what do you want to do about it?

Event is Free. , Lunch is provided. Registration required (Deadline July 7.) We will provide reasonable accommodations upon request at the time of registration, including sign language interpreters.

Please do not wear perfume or scented products to this event!

To register go to

Questions? Call David at 602-682-5581 or email “ADA conference” in the subject.