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A member has trouble finding an accessible restroom for his/her use at a host site.What accommodation would be reasonable? Providing him/her with their own restroom to use that is fully accessible. Providing the whole building with appropriate signs that direct them to an accessible restroom. Providing the member with directions to an accessible restroom.
Good Effort BUTPlease Try Again Putting in a restroom for a member is an unreasonable accommodation unless there is no accessible restroom available.
Come on…You can do it! Although it may be helpful to have personal directions to an accessible restroom, this is not inclusive. It is excluding others from having the information. It is also required in the ADA to have appropriate signs for accessible restrooms.
Great Job!This is the best answer! In providing the entire building with signs, the organization is not only assisting the member with accommodation but also falls in line with ADA regulations that require appropriate signs to accessible restroom facilities. For more information contact: Mariann Bernlohr Training and Inclusion Manager Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives email@example.com 317-234-5891