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Creating an ADA-compliant website

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses and nonprofit services providers make accessibility accommodations to enable the disabled public to access the same services as clients who are not disabled. This includes electronic media and web sites. While the ADA applies to businesses with 15 ... Read More

ADA Compliance Part of Voucher Debate

One of many issues being debated as part of proposed school voucher legislation is whether private schools that receive them should have to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Advocates for those with disabilities argue that not requiring ADA compliance would be discriminatory. But Vigo County parochial school leaders ... Read More
Solving the Mystery of California’s Restroom signage

Solving the Mystery of California’s Restroom signage

A History of California Restroom Signs CASI: Certified Access Specialist Institute An extremely useful article that you can find at, http://www.casinstitute.org/content/solving-mysteries-california-restroom-sign. California requires at least two signs to identify each restroom open to the public. Although this duplication seems unnecessary, there is a story to the rules that features the usual role players of government regulation – ... Read More
Is Your Business Complying with Disabled-Access Law?

Is Your Business Complying with Disabled-Access Law?

Threat of lawsuits, concern for customers: drive efforts to upgrade facilities UNION-TRIBUNE ARTICLE MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2011 AT 3 P.M. Steve Schraibman, a Certified Access Specialist, checks on building compliance with disabled access laws at the office of Bon Suisse in Poway. Failure to comply can lead to costly lawsuits. Here, he inspects the women’s ... Read More
ADA, No Longer Just a Blip on the Radar!

ADA, No Longer Just a Blip on the Radar!

The first rendition of the ADA laws past senate on September 7, 1989 and since then has been amended several times in order to reduce confusion and ensure that no groups are left out. Although there have been ADA laws for many years, never has the enforcement nor the criteria for these laws, been so ... Read More