A Home and Business Owners Guide to Coverage Under the ADA

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is not as far reaching as many people thought. For example, the ADA does not govern access to private properties, such as single-family homes constructed or operated without federal, state, or local funds. Nevertheless, the Fair Housing Amendments Act (FHAA) still requires reasonable accommodations. It’s the resident’s responsibility to…
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5 Ways to Promote Accessibility and Inclusion in the Workplace

Creating healthy work environments to increase employee recruitment and retention Recruiting and retaining qualified employees is a critical priority for the success of any company. As such, it is in a company’s best interest to do everything it can to create a work environment that increases employee recruitment and retention. This includes developing company policies…
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How to Incite Accessibility Change

In the 27 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law, a greater awareness of accessibility inclusion and universal design has had a tremendous impact on daily life. However, it may often seem as if many institutions and locations are still not fully ADA-accessible. While it is true that not all places are…
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Common Policy Problems Affecting School and University Physical Accessibility Compliance

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was implemented in 1990 and today, 27 years later, universal inclusion is finally beginning to take shape. However, lawsuits still take place every year in defense of disability rights, and a significant number of these cases continue to involve colleges and universities. However, a lot of these cases are…
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