ADA Resources

Your Small Business and the ADA: What You Need to Know

If you’re a business owner, you need to know your obligations under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). No matter what industry you’re in or service you provide, if you have customers, clients, a place of business, or even just a website, you likely run a “public accommodation” and have to ensure that your business complies with the extensive and complex requirements of the ADA

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ADA Resources

Small Business Guide

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), which administers and enforces the ADA’s requirements, has published an extremely helpful guide to assist small business owners with ADA compliance. It answers a lot of common questions business owners have regarding their obligations and provides actionable guidance to help them meet those obligations.

You can find the guide at this link: ADA Update – A Primer for Small Business |

Service Animals

One of the most common accessibility and non-discrimination issues small businesses face is the accommodation of service animals. The DOJ has an informative service animal FAQ page on its ADA website that can help business owners avoid problems and facilitate the needs of customers with service animals.

ADA Statues, Regulations, and Guidelines

Regulations and requirements under the ADA change with some regularity. We keep abreast of all developments and changes to accessibility law and update this site to reflect any such changes when they occur.

For information on statutes, regulations, guidelines and property-specific requirements, please visit:

United States Access Board

For information on guidelines and standards, please visit:

ADA Compliance

For information on obtaining an ADA accessibility evaluation or to inquire about ADA access compliance, please visit our other website for our ADA Consultant Services company: