Skulski Consulting Celebrates 1st Anniversary

Can you believe its been a year already!!?!!  Skulski Consulting is celebrating our one year anniversary.  And what an amazing year it has been!  We have had wonderful opportunities to building new relationships and work on many new projects that span the range of accessibility management and ADA/504 compliance.  Thank you to all of our…

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In Memoriam: Dr Edward J. Hamilton

In October, we lost one of the all-time greatest advocates for inclusive recreation, Dr. Ed Hamilton.  Ed graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with B.A. degree in psychology; the University of Maryland, College Park with a M.A. in Therapeutic Recreation; and Indiana University, with a PhD in Health and Human Performance. He held…

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Accessibility Management: Why Do You Do What You Do?

Man fishing along lakeshore seated in wheelchair next to park bench with fishing gear.

Last week while working on a new accessibility assessment project I had the unbelievable good fortune to make the acquaintance of Mr. Clarence Johnston of southern Ohio.  Mr. Johnston has a soft voice, beautiful smile and a passion for fishing.  From across the waterfront, he was mesmerizing.  Of course, from the photos here, many would think it…

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10 Ways to Celebrate the ADA After the Revelry

There were a lot of banners, speeches and cake, performances and art exhibits, and talk about what has been and what needs to come.  After years of planning and a month full of celebrations, the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act has come and gone.  But what action will we be called to…

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Are Your Applications and Registration Forms Too Nosy?

What do the cities of DeKalb, Fallon, Isle of Palms, and Vero Beach have in common? All four cities have recently entered into settlement agreements with the U.S. Department of Justice for disability-related questions on their employment applications.  When applications and registration forms are too nosy, they illicit too much information — information that could…

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