Accessibility 2021: The Trouble with Accessibility

Presented by: Peter Slatin

AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.25 Hours

This video course includes a downloadable transcript.

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This course complies with California licensure requirements for accessibility (SB 1608 and California Business and Professions Code Section 5600.05) and provides essential information about accessibility requirements applicable in most states.

In this 75-minute course, Peter Slatin explores how the current push for inclusion and diversity both enhances and misdirects the design process and how changing visions of accessibility and disability influence the built environment.

Peter starts with an inspiring case study of how the widely-acclaimed historical renovation of the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice resulted in more inclusive designs for all occupants and visitors. With his guide dog by his side, Peter cites how long-held social misconceptions and assumptions about disability inform design and why the Americans with Disabilities Act, while being a force for positive change, has also had counterproductive consequences. Peter also explores how the design community’s response to sustainable design can serve as a model for making more buildings universally accessible.

This video course also includes a downloadable course transcript

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Course Prices: $40 AIA members, $60 non-members
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Please note. This continuing education course is licensed for viewing to a single individual. The California Architects Board (CAB) conducts audits to ensure that individuals have viewed this course in its entirety and successfully passed the quiz. aecKnowledge cooperates with CAB’s auditing procedures and verifies whether individuals have purchased the course, successfully passed the quiz, and obtained a Certificate of Completion.

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