PHOENIX, May 13, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ —

The Americans with Disabilities Act has been in effect for a quarter of a century.  Under the ADA, parking lots, among many other accommodations at public facilities, must be compliant under the federal law, but in the Phoenix metropolitan area, is finding the majority of public accommodations choose to ignore these laws.

Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities, Arizona’s own civil rights champions, aspire to bring about a wave of ADA Compliance.

After checking over 2,500 businesses, found less than 200 businesses had parking lots compliant in the areas violations are being noted.  That is just over 5% of businesses with parking lots that are accessible to those with disabilities

Today, we want to inform business owners of 3 simple potential and common violations which they can quickly check for and easily correct in order to assure that they are one step closer to full ADA compliance.

Here are three great steps in the right direction to ADA compliance. To find out if your business is following the letter of the law visit

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Those with who would like to report a parking lot that they believe may be in violation of the ADA can report it to through by sending an email to: [email protected] Foundation wants to help others.  Those with disabilities can make their requests online at  To schedule media interviews please email [email protected].


About Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities – Foundation  (“”)

As Civil Rights Champions, was formed in January 2016 in order to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities through charitable gifts, opportunities and the removal of discriminatory barriers.  By spearheading a rapid and widespread wave of compliance through educational and affirmative enforcement actions, not only rapidly brings not-compliant public accommodation into ADA compliance but also acts as a self-funding catalyst for the charitable AID Foundation.

The AID Foundation is a growing resource for any individual with a disability looking to receive help with various issues relating to their disability or compelling needs such as: wheelchair access, medical equipment, and much more.  Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities – Foundation aims to help improve the lives of 3 to 4 individuals with disabilities per day.

Jennifer Rogers
Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities – Foundation
(623) 207-8537

SOURCE Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities

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