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Come Play The ADA Game
By Dave Reynolds, Inclusion Daily Express
August 9, 2004

UNITED STATES--Test your knowledge!

Impress your friends!

Flex your advocacy muscles!

Learn how to be a more effective organizer!

Hey, I just tried out the online version of the ADA Game.

The game, hosted by the Southeast Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center, sets up different virtual scenarios on how to be an effective advocate for change in one of eight communities. Players gain points by answering five ADA-related questions each day. Then, players can take those points and use them toward a specific activity, such as writing a press release, attending an ADA training, or talking with lawmakers.

Once action is taken, you can see immediately how those efforts have helped your community.

It's a great way to generate ideas on what you can do to make your part of the world more inclusive.

Related:
ADA Game (SDBTAC)

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