If something is accessible, that thing is usable by a person with a disability. Accessible can apply to an environment, product or service, program, or activity. It can also apply to a wide range of communications, including elevator buttons, fire alarms, documents, lectures, and movies.
The ADA and Parking
Accessible parking is a common feature in parking lots—and a common topic in questions posed on the...
The Spirit of the ADA and Your Business
If you are merely complying with the ADA to meet a legal requirement, you’re missing the true purpos...
About the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design
What's in the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design? How do these standards relate to the America...
The ADA and Transportation Providers
Consider why accessible transportation is so important and find an overview of requirements for publ...
What Is the Americans with Disabilities Act?
The ADA includes a definition of disability and has five titles (sections) that forbid a wide range...
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