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A member who is in a wheelchair needs access tohis/her organization’s host site. The memberneeds… Reasonable accommodation in the form of an accessible path to the service entrance located at the back of the building. An accessible pathway, a permanent ramp that will allow access to a doorway that is larger than their wheelchair and a door that is operable by a person with low mobility. A portable ramp that is positioned over the stairs at the front of the building while they are assigned to service at that organization for their service year.
Please Try Again This is not a reasonable accommodation. Requiring a person with a disability to use a service entrance is offensive and a violation of their rights. An accessible entrance for all people is required by the ADA.
Come on… you can do it!Portable ramps should only be used in emergency situations. The ADA requires that an organization has a fullyaccessible entrance for all people to use including those with disabilities.
Great Job! Nice Work! The American’s with Disabilities Act requires that organizations have accessible entrances. These include those thathave 1:12 ramps and at least 36 inch doorways. The doors must alsobe able to be used independently by anyone who would like to enter the facility. For more information contact: Mariann Bernlohr Training and Inclusion Manager Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives email@example.com 317-234-5891