Specified public transportation means transportation by bus, rail, or any other conveyance (other than by aircraft) that provides the general public with general or special service (including charter service) on a regular and continuing basis. Paragraph 4 of this section requires signage indicating the availability of an assistive listening system.
State means each of the several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. An appropriate message should be displayed with the international symbol of access for hearing loss since this symbol conveys general accessibility for people with hearing loss.
Adapting language (spoken or written) to make it more understandable to second language learners.
In assessment, accommodations may be made to the presentation, response method, setting, or timing/scheduling of the assessment (Baker, 2000; Rivera & Stansfield, 2000).
Moreover, while a private air terminal, itself, may not be a place of public accommodation (because the ADA statutory language exempts air transportation), the retail stores and service establishments located within a private airport would be places of public accommodation.
The following is the Department´s 1991 title III ADA regulation published July 26, 1991, which should continue to be used until March 14, 2011. 791) or the regulations issued by Federal agencies pursuant to that title. This part does not affect theobligations of a recipient of Federal financial assistance to comply with the requirements of section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U. (iii) Railroad locomotives, railroad freight cars, railroad cabooses, commuter or intercity passenger rail cars (including coaches, dining cars, sleeping cars, lounge cars, and food service cars), any other railroad cars described in section 242 of the Act or covered under title II of the Act, or railroad rights-of-way. Disability means, with respect to an individual, a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major life activities of such individual; a record of such an impairment; or being regarded as having such animpairment. A severely nearsighted person may have to be much closer to recognize a character of a given size than a person with normal visual acuity.
We provide approximately 2,400 places in halls on or near to our campuses at Avery Hill, Greenwich and Medway.
794) and regulations issued by Federal agencies implementing section 504. This part does not invalidate or limit the remedies, rights, and procedures of any other Federal laws, or State or local laws (including State common law) that provide greater or equal protection for the rights of individuals with disabilities or individuals associated with them. Current illegal use of drugs means illegal use of drugs that occurred recently enough to justify a reasonable belief that a person's drug use is current or that continuing use is a real and ongoing problem. The size of characters must be based upon the intended viewing distance.
Illegal use of drugs means the use of one or more drugs, the possession or distribution of which is unlawful under the Controlled Substances Act (21 U. The term "individual with a disability'' does not include an individual who is currently engaging in the illegal use of drugs, when the private entity acts on the basis of such use. Interpretive guides, audio tape devices, or other methods may be more effective in presenting such information. An eggshell finish (11 to 19 degree gloss on 60 degree glossimeter) is recommended.
The purpose of this technical assistance manual is to present the ADA's title III requirements in a format that will be useful to the widest possible audience. A religious entity, however, would be subject to the employment obligations of title I if it has enough employees to meet the requirements for coverage. A religious entity is a religious organization or an entity controlled by a religious organization, including a place of worship.
The guidance provided in the Department's regulations and accompanying preambles has been carefully reorganized to provide a focused, systematic description of the ADA's requirements. If an organization has a lay board, is it automatically ineligible for the religious exemption? The exemption is intended to have broad application.