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Accessology provides accessibility consulting services and is dedicated solely to all facets of access compliance. Accessology is MBE/SBE/WBE/HUB certified and we provide local, nationwide and international expertise in the following areas: Title II and 504 Transition Plan Development, ADA Assessments, ADA Consulting, Expert Witness, Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS), all other State and Local Access Codes, California Building Code, Title 24, Plan Reviews, State Inspections, Federal laws including ADA, Fair Housing, ABA, ACAA and 504, Risk Management, Training (HSW/CEU credits approved). Our team knows access issues. We deal with all state and federal accessibility laws and stay abreast of new legislation as it is written. We pride ourselves on knowing how to guide our clients, whether they are constructing a new building or bringing an existing building into compliance. We are aware and knowledgeable of all access issues in all 50 states so that we can bring the best and most current information to our clients. Satisfying state requirements is only part of the equation. Accessology recognizes that many state residents understand their state’s law, but the largest risk comes from federal regulations, where attorney fees are built into the law. We protect our clients from federal, state and local perspectives. Our business and reputation have been built on understanding where risks exist and helping our clients protect themselves.

ADA Assessments, ADA Consulting, Risk Management, Training, Expert Witness

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Texas Governor’s Trophy Awarded to Accessology CEO Kristi Avalos

The Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities has selected Kristi Avalos, President and CEO of Accessology Too, LLC, as this year’s Lex Frieden Employment Award (LFEA) recipient of...
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Designing an Inclusive Space for Those with Disabilities

When one thinks about altering a product/service for a certain condition or disability, it often causes dread as designers are afraid the impact will be minimal and costly. However,...
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