Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan Facilitation
The NCA team guides your agency through a self-evaluation, transition, and action plan to bring accessibility improvements to your organization. We assist in all stages of the process, from physical assessment, to conducting interviews, reviewing policies, and analyzing programs. We create transition action plans and provide guidance and expertise along the way.
Concept and Design Development
The most effective and least expensive way to achieve universal access is to factor it in from the beginning. NCA staff members serve as an integral part of your design team, working with project managers, architects, landscape architects, and engineers to ensure access and universal design are considered from the very beginning.
Public Meeting Facilitation
Inviting input from the public with disabilities is an essential step in ensuring your proposed plans are effective for the end user. Public participation both advances your design and helps your agency build strong connections within the community. NCA facilitates these public meetings and helps you build your accessibility network.
The NCA staff provides personalized technical assistance on a broad range of issues. Drawing on a national network, NCA responds to requests for information with the latest trends and the most current information on accessibility standards, rulemaking, program modifications, equipment, best practices, and innovative solutions.
We help you evaluate specific accessibility issues, figure out which standards apply to your situation, provide guidance on program modifications, and direct you to external resources.