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January 31, 2024
More on the Accessibility of Older Buildings
In our latest Ask the ADA Expert blog, Marsha Mazz elaborated on why some older buildings are not nearly as accessible as others. Many people took to social media
January 26, 2024
The ADA Does Not Apply Equally to New and Older Buildings
In general, the U.S. Department of Justice and the courts consider a building to be physically “accessible” if it complies with the DOJ ADA regulations and ADA Standards for
November 26, 2023
When do private homes have to be accessible?
Businesses that operate in private homes must comply with the ADA if they are places of public accommodation
October 27, 2023
The Architectural Barriers Act is the ADA’s Powerful Parent
Above image courtesy of Azmanjaka/Getty Disability Collection. Did you know that post offices and all other federally-owned buildings are covered by the Architectural Barriers Act, and not the Americans
July 18, 2023
Can You Use the Children and Caregiver Accessible Restroom? Ask the ADA Expert!
Is it legal to bar wheelchair users from the accessible “family restroom” simply because they’re adults?
June 13, 2023
Why aren’t more medical offices and equipment wheelchair accessible?
The Americans with Disabilities Act and other access laws cover doctor offices and medical equipment. But there are medical providers not in compliance.
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