From Nancy S. Erickson, email@example.com:
Information about ADA accommodations for users of the courts in New York who are disabled are not located on one website and are not easily located. This makes it difficult for even a non-disabled individual to locate such information. Here are a few of the websites:
Additionally, each individual court’s website should have a listing of that court’s ADA Liaison, but that is not always the case (in fact, it may never be the case – I haven’t checked all courts’ websites). The liaisons are listed at:
Credit for this resource is also due to:
Dr. Karin Huffer
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Equal Access Advocates
Karin had the brilliant idea that just as people who are blind, deaf, or in wheelchairs may need advocates to get accommodations for them in courts under the Americans with Disabilities Act, people with PTSD and other psychiatric disorders may also need advocates to get appropriate accommodations for them in court. She trains people to be ADA advocates and also works as an ADA advocate herself.