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The Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act was passed in 2008 in response to Supreme Court decisions in the late 90s that had too narrowly interpreted the ADA’s definition of a disability….
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This video is about Expert Lecture: NAD on “”Undue Burden”” According to the ADA…
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When deciding which auxiliary aid or service is appropriate it’s best to know (changed) the deaf individual. Not all communication methods work for all deaf and hard of hearing people….
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For deaf and hard of hearing people and other people who have communication disabilities equal access means access to effective communication. The ADA requires that covered entities must provide auxiliary aids and services when needed to ensure effective communication with…
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There are three federal laws that work together to protect the rights of children and adults with disabilities in education, employment, and the community….
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