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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) about Corada

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FAQ: I didn't find what I was looking for. What now?

‚ÄčLet us know! We will either point you to where it is in Corada, or help you find someone who has the information.

To contact us, either:

1. Click on the "FEEDBACK OR HELP" button, available on every page in Corada.

2. Contact Us via email.

FAQ: How do I leave feedback, make a suggestion or get HELP?

To leave feedback, make a suggestion or get help, you may either:

1. Click on the "FEEDBACK OR HELP" button that appears on every page of Corada.

  • If you are logged in as a registered user, your contact information will be automatically supplied so that we may get in touch with you regarding your problem or question. If you are not a registered user and would like to submit feedback, the system will require some basic info from you so we may contact you as needed.

  • The Feedback box will also automatically tag the page that you are viewing, but please leave descriptive comments or upload a screenshot if necessary.

2. Contact us via email.

FAQ: How do I submit an upcoming event for the Calendar?

To contact us with details of an event to add to the Calendar, you may either:

1. Click on the "FEEDBACK OR HELP" button that appears on every page of Corada.

2. Contact us via email.

FAQ: How do I submit a website for the Links page?

To contact us with details of a link to add to Links, you may either:

1. Click on the "FEEDBACK OR HELP" button that appears on every page of Corada.

2. Contact us via email.

FAQ: How do I submit a job for the Job Board?

To submit details of a job opening to add to the Job Board, you may either:

1. Click on the "FEEDBACK OR HELP" button that appears on every page of Corada.

2. Contact us via email.

FAQ: How do I speak to a live technical specialist?

Contact your local ADA Technical Assistance Center! This is not part of Corada, but is funded by your tax dollars.

map showing the regions of the ADA National network

Call: 1-800-949-4232

The ADA National Network provides information, guidance and training on how to implement the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in order to support the mission of the ADA to “assure equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency for individuals with disabilities.”

Funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), the network consists of ten Regional ADA Centers located throughout the United States and an ADA Knowledge Translation Center (ADAKTC). 

Each Regional ADA Center focuses on its region’s unique needs. This regional focus is critical to ensuring that ADA National Network services meet the needs of a diversity of populations and stakeholders throughout the country.

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