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There are many disability related issues that affect your rights, how you interact with the system, and whether or not you thrive in your daily life.
My two operative functions are Advocacy for disability rights and training others how ADA claims and Advocacy work.
To whom it may concern,
I have been working alongside Jay Shore this past year. I am an attorney focusing on employment law. Mr. Shore has taught me a great deal about the ADA. I would not have been able to take on ADA cases without his help. We have worked side by side on several cases this past year. He has a great wealth of knowledge on the ADA and I have a learned so much from him. He truly enjoys teaching others about their rights under the ADA and he is a wonderful teacher.
He is very respectful of his clients and works around the clock to meet their needs. He always makes himself available when a client needs to talk to him. He is a very strong advocate for anyone with a disability and is very empathetic to their struggles and needs. Not only does he advocate for them, but he is always available to provide words of encouragement when needed. He truly goes above and beyond what is required in his job duties.
I highly recommend him as an ADA instructional teacher or as an ADA advocate. He is highly successful in either role and you can tell he truly enjoys what he does. It is his passion and purpose in life to be an advocate for others. I have learned so much from him and I know that anyone who takes his class or hires him as their advocate will be extremely pleased with the knowledge and service they receive from him.
Attorney at Law
1. Does the ADA Apply to me?
It applies to any qualified individual with a disability. There are many people who have disabilities that either do not know they are disabled, or ashamed to admit it.
2. Are you an attorney?
No. I am a Certified ADA Advocate. I do things that attorneys are customarily hesitant, or afraid to do.
3. If I take your training, can I be an Advocate for other people?
You can actually advocate for others now, without taking my training. Federal law protects the activities of aiding and encouraging others in the exercise of ADA rights.
4. Why should I take your training?
I was trained by the pioneer in this field, the late Dr. Karin Huffer. She passed me the baton, and I've been at this since 2017. My experience and passion are what I share with you in my training, and you'll definitely find value in the training, and there will be a certificate of completion awarded, and also an identification card printed for you to wear or present as needed. I wear my card wherever I go, because I engage on the fly. The knowledge you will gain from the program is the real value. Knowing how to make bureaucrats nervous is a skillset. Whodathunkit?
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Absent intent or authority as legal advice. Offered as aid and encouragement to those exercising and enjoying rights under the ADA.