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The Americans with Disabilities Act is designed to provide a clear and comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination.
The Americans with Disabilities Act is divided : into five titles
Title I: Employment
Title II: Public Services
Title III: Public Accommodations
Title IV: Telecommunications
Title V: Miscellaneous
The Americans with Disabilities Act applies primarily, but not exclusively, to “disabled” individuals. An individual is “disabled” if they meet at least one of the following criteria: They have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of their major life activities--They have a record of such an impairment-- They are regarded as having such an impairment
Employers are required to make reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with a disability, who are defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act as individuals who satisfy the job-related requirements of a position held or desired, and who can perform the “essential functions” of such position with or without reasonable accommodation.
The Americans with Disabilities Act does not require employers to make accommodations that pose an “undue hardship.” “Undue hardship” is defined as significantly difficult or expensive accommodations.
Created by: micah10