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Access the Public Library star
In 1972, the United Nations' Public Library Manifesto declared that the library should be freely accessible to all members of the community. That broad statement includes building access, library services and electronic resources.

ADA Regulations for ATMs star
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) issued accessibility guidelines for the banking industry in 2004. It was not until 2010 when the Department of Justice actually issued the regulations regarding automated teller machines (ATM) making compliance no longer voluntary.

Pool Lifts Mandatory Law star
Pool lifts must be installed in 2012 per the ADA

The ADA and People with Psychiatric Disabilities star
People living with mental illness are also covered under the employment provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Letīs look at how.

The ADAīs Title I -Employment star
Of three major ADA titles, Title I covers employment. Title I covers unfairness in employment practices, like application procedures, hiring, firing, advancement, compensation, training, recruitment, posting positions, tenure, layoff, leave time, fringe benefits, all employment-related activities,

The ADAīs Title II - State and Local Governments star
Under Title II of the ADA, citizens with disabilities must have an equal opportunity to participate in or benefit from municipal, county or state programs, services, and activities.

The ADAīs Title III - Public Entities star
Under the ADAīs Title III, people with disabilities are entitled access and service in public, or privately owned, establishments not associated with local governments.

The ADAīs Title IV - Sensory Impairments star
Americans with Disabilities Actīs Title IV involves making telecommunications services accessible to people with hearing impairments. Weīll also discuss a bit about the accommodations that are actually covered under Title III for movie theaters including people who are deaf or blind.

The ADAīs Title V - Miscellaneous Provisions star
Did you know that there is a Title V in the Americans with Disabilities Act? Itīs a very short piece, but discusses further details about the ADAīs relationship with other federal and state laws and reinforces that retaliation and coercion against someone is wrong.

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