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Miami University: Can’t Teach Students With Disabilities?

Here is an article we find very controversial in the disability world mainly because the very right of an individual to learn is in question.  This is due to inaccessible materials being provided to students with disabilities. So we ask, isn’t the point of a University to provide a foundation for young adults to learn. Well in this ... Read More

Agreement with Carnival Corp. to Remove Barriers to Access on Cruise Ships

Here is an interesting article about accessibility on cruise ships. One wouldn’t have thought about it but just because your on water doesn’t mean your free of the ADA law. Read on about how Carnival Corp. is being held accountable for their accessibility. The Justice Department has signed a settlement agreement with Carnival Corp., to ... 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
ADA Mercenary

ADA Mercenary

  I’m often asked by business and property owners, “Why am I being sued? I have disabled patrons and I’ve never had a complaint that access to my facility is a problem.” Well, firstly disabled people are just regular people with disabilities. Many just want to go about their daily lives without having to slay ... Read More