Leave the ADA alone. It has been a long slog getting even a modicum of accessibility features into some public spaces and the ADA has been in effect over 20 years! “Educating businesses” is a mighty thin veneer. It appears you just want to put the onus on the person with the disability to prove violation(s). When one has a physical disability, days take time, planning, and energy. Why should that same person have to fight his or her own government or top of that just to be able to function? I see this as a disingenuous plan to help business owners circumvent the federal ADA law, whatever the handicap. It appears you need further training - I challenge you to spend one, just one work day in a wheelchair, from waking to sleep, and that’s just one of many physical differences your constituents face.