The Americans with Disabilities Act (AwDA) requires that places of public accommodation, including physicians’ and dentists’ offices, be accessible to persons with disabilities. With the advent of the internet, and of websites that businesses utilize to provide additional access to the public, the U.S. Department of Justice has taken the position that websites open to the public must also be accessible in various ways to persons with sight or hearing impairment. This interpretation may affect not only the websites of our members, but also those of our associations themselves.

The following links were provided by the ADA (American Dental Association) for member use only.