Accessible Parking Users/Advocates

Contact your Regional ADA Center

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network consists of 10 regional ADA Centers and an ADA Knowledge Translation Center. The regional ADA Centers are distributed throughout the United States to provide local assistance and foster implementation of the ADA. Find the ADA Center that serves your State by visiting the ADA website and clicking on the map https://adata.org/find-your-region

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Accessible Parking Etiquette

The ability to safely park at one’s destination is an important component of community participation for people with disabilities. With the proper permit, people with disabilities should be able to use accessible parking spaces in public parking lots. However, a lot of people with disabilities have encountered barriers to parking.

Source Credit: University of Kansas Research and Training Center on Independent Living
This brochure is made possible by a grant from the Dole Institute of Politics, with funding from the General Electric Company.
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State of Illinois Persons with Disabilities Parking Chart

Persons with Disabilities Parking Chart. What you should know about accessible parking.

Source Credit: Office of the Illinois Secretary of State
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State of Illinois Parking Program for Persons with Disabilities Abuse Complaint Form

State of Illinois Parking Program for Persons with Disabilities Abuse Complaint Form.

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State of Illinois Application for Replacement Disability Parking Placard

State of Illinois Application for Replacement Disability Parking Placard.

Source Credit: Office of the Illinois Secretary of State
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State of Illinois Application for an Illinois Person with Disability Identification Card

Application for an Illinois Person with Disability Identification Card.

Source Credit: Office of the Illinois Secretary of State
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State of Illinois Affirmation for Persons with Disabilities License Plates or Placards

Secretary of State Affirmation for Persons with Disabilities License Plates or Placards For use by Corporations, School Districts, Limited Liability Companies, Nursing Homes, Convalescent Homes or Special Education Cooperatives that Transport Persons With Disabilities.

Source Credit: Office of the Illinois Secretary of State
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PSA – Be aware or beware!

Old PSA DCAB produced for television campaign to warn against parking placard abuse.

Source Credit: State of Hawaii Department of Health Disability and Communication Access Board
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