About Us

Reasonable Accommodation, LLC is an advisory and training firm immersed in the mechanics of Title 1 (Employment) of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Much of our daily workload consists of responding to the employer and legal counsel questions we receive concerning reasonable accommodation situations and Title 1 medical examination nuances.

The Reasonable Accommodation, LLC team supports private employers and local government agencies to set-up or fine-tune existing reasonable accommodation programs. Our specialized management training programs meet the annual training requirements of cities and counties that belong to risk compacts.

Medical professionals turn to us as a trusted source for training and consultation in matters related to essential function job analysis, post-offer testing, and functional capacity evaluation. We are pleased to apply our expertise to the reasonable accommodation and medical examination questions faced by highly trained therapists, physicians, and ergonomic evaluation professionals. We bring 35 years of experience in industrial rehabilitation and employment test training to our knowledge of medical examination under ADA Title 1.

We offer advanced ADA Title 1 charge preparation or response to attorneys and ADA Coordinators navigating medical examination, reasonable accommodation, and essential function-related charges.

And, when called upon by Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) staff or insight into subjects such as essential function job analysis or medical examination protocols, we take pride in on our contribution to lowering barriers to employment for those covered by ADA Title 1.

Roy O. Matheson

Roy O. Matheson, ADAC

About Us

Reasonable Accommodation, LLC is built around these beliefs:

Every American has an inalienable civil right to work in a job or career for which he or she is qualified free from barriers presented by a physical or cognitive disability.
The vocational effect of most physical or cognitive disabilities can be mitigated through the process of reasonable accommodation, typically at no cost to an employer.
Those who are able to consciously set aside learned resistance to individuals who have, or may have, a disability will be rewarded with powerful tools that can be found in ADA Title I and in the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Roy O. Matheson, ADAC

Roy Matheson has presented as a keynote speaker, panelist, trainer, or workshop instructor at more than 400 public and private educational events, management training programs, and national conferences. His audience includes managers and staff of federal, state, county, and municipal government entities as well as the full spectrum of corporate entities serving the United States, Canada, and 6 other countries. Roy’s body of work includes hundreds of online webinars and blogs related to Title I of the ADA and the Rehabilitation Act.

His consulting and guidance assignments address legal compliance issues raised by Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act. These issues include aspects of employment testing, essential function job analysis, and reasonable accommodation program start-up and management. Roy sees himself as a trusted adviser in demanding situations requiring clear, well-thought-out guidance within the environment of employment and disability-related civil rights law.
As an ADA National Leadership trainer through the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center, Roy regularly contributes speaking content to the Center’s nationally recognized “ADA Update Conference” (held in Tysons Corner, Virginia from September 4 to 6, 2018).
In 2016 Roy completed the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program through the Great Plains ADA center located on the campus of the University of Missouri. As with the Mid-Atlantic Center’s annual conference, Roy regularly presents at the Great Plains Center’s “National ADA Symposium” (June 17 to 20, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA).