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AccessCheck

LVCIL's AccessCheck is the Lehigh Valley's #1 resource for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance and accessibility information.

AccessCheck helps businesses, organizations, parks and outdoor recreation areas, and state/local governments improve accessibility for everyone. We specialize in identifying cost-effective solutions.

Our team has more than 30 years' experience in engineering and ADA accessible design.

Professional Consulting

Our team offers expertise in the following areas:

Accessibility Site Surveys

A site survey is a comprehensive review of your location. Our team will prepare a confidential report and accessibility action plan that will:

ADA Trainings & Presentations

Our team is certified by the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center to provide training on accessibility and other disability-related topics, including:

Trainings can be customized to meet your specific needs, time frame, and budget.

For More Info:

Call or email for a free consultation.

Brian Rogers, Coordinator of Accessibility Programs

610-770-9781 x 123 | brianrogers@lvcil.org

Previous Clients:

Previous Clients: Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays, PA Human Relations Commission, Lehigh Valley Zoo, Hawk Mountain, Wildlands Conservancy, Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, DeSales University, PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, City of Allentown Parks and Recreation Dept., Wildlife for Everyone Foundation, Allegheny Land Trust, Duke Farms, Jerusalem Western Salisbury Church, Upper Saucon Township, Blair Co.

 

Testimonials:

"AccessCheck staff bring a practical, common sense approach to the table. They are knowledgeable about ADA law while also being straight forward with what is needed versus over-doing things.” - Ryan Griffiths, City of Allentown, Parks & Recreation

"Our rear entrance ramp access had been mentioned on Facebook, so we called AccessCheck. The report they sent to us was comprehensive. It identified our issues and offered suggestions. We put together a plan with all of that information.” - Robert Eisenhard, Jerusalem Western Salisbury Church