The ADA at 30: History and Impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act

In 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed into the law the new Americans with Disabilities Act. This act had a profound impact on Americans who needed better accessibility. The Council is gathering stories, experiences, changes, and other thoughts about the history of the ADA to share in a Council publication.

If you are interested in sharing your stories, please use the online form by clicking here.

You can also email any stories or request alternative formats by emailing or calling 801.245.7350.