Indiana Protection & Advocacy Services Leaders talk with Michelle Fischer on ARC on Indiana's latest "A VIEW FROM MY WINDOW". To view the full press release regarding this matter, click here.
Indiana Protection & Advocacy Services Complaint of Amtrak helps fuel the U.S. Department of Justice's finding of disability discrimination. To view the full press release regarding this matter, click here.ARC ANNUAL CONFERENCE. Save the date! Arc of Indiana is proud to announce that the Arc National Convention is coming to Indianapolis, October 2-5, 2015. For more Information or to register, click here.THE INDIANA LAWYER HONORS Indiana Protection and Advocacy Services attorney Emily Munson as one of Indiana's “UP AND COMING LAWYERS.” To view the full press release regarding this honor, click here. HANDS in Autism at the IU School of Medicine is analyzing the current resources and services related to Autism Spectrum Disorder across multiple stakeholder groups in the state of Indiana. As an initial part of this process HANDS in Autism is inviting individuals to share their perspective. Please click on the link below to participate in the survey.
Notice to Class Members regarding a settlement and fairness hearing regarding a suit challenging inaccessibility of CARDTRONICS ATMs. Click here to view.ADA Resources Online The ADA National Networkprovides information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), tailored to meet the needs of business, government and individuals at local, regional and national levels. The National Network is not an enforcement or regulatory agency, but a helpful resource supporting the ADA's mission to "make it possible for everyone with a disability to live a life of freedom and equality."
Resources made available by the ADA National Network include:: The Americans with Disabilities Act: Questions and Answers The ADA National Network Disability Law Handbook ADA Title II and Title III Regulations Fact Sheet SeriesIPAS wants to encourage individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their family members or guardians, to call IPAS if you are experiencing problems securing appropriate special education services or are being suspended or expelled due to disability, are being secluded or restrained in the school setting, are being discriminated against due to disability, or are having Medicaid waiver services inappropriately reduced. IPAS may be able to help you by assigning an advocate or attorney to represent you. Call IPAS at 1-800-622-4845 and speak to an intake/referral specialist. IPAS is here to help you. IPAS can be reached at (800) 622-4845 or by TTY at (800) 838-1131.