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  • La Ley ADA y el Título II Entidades Públicas
    La Ley ADA garantiza el acceso de las personas con discapacidad a edificios, instalaciones, programas, servicios y actividades ofrecidos por los gobiernos estatales y locales.
  • ¿Qué es la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades?
    La Ley ADA incluye una definición de discapacidad y tiene cinco títulos (secciones) que prohíben una amplia gama de discriminaciones.
  • Cómo Presentar una Queja
    Si usted siente que la Ley ADA, o un estatuto relacionado, no está siendo cumplida, puede presentar una queja. Este artículo le ayuda a saber dónde reportar el problema.
  • La Ley ADA y los Lugares de Acceso Público
    Título III de la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades (ADA, por sus siglas en inglés) tiene mucho que decir sobre las empresas que están abiertas al público.
  • La Ley de Rehabilitación
    La Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973 contiene varias secciones que rigen los derechos civiles de las personas con discapacidad.

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Title II and Local Government
'Title II and Local Government'

Title II of the ADA requires equal access to all programs, services, and activities of local government, including, but not limited to:

Voting, recreation, planning and zoning, libraries, police and fire departments, public streets and sidewalks, public schools, and more!

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Title II: What is a Public Entity?
'Title II: What Is a Public Entity?'

Title II of the ADA applies to 'Public Entities.'
These include: any state or local government, departments and agencies of state or local government, and commuter rail authorities and AMTRAK.

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Snow Removal: General
Infographic featuring a man using crutches walking through the snow.
Winter is hard enough...
To ensure access, snow removal should be done quickly!
Remember... The ADA requires maintenance of accessible features by state/local government and businesses.
State laws may have penalties for entities failing to remove snow or blocking access.
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Accessible Camping
Infographic titled 'Accessible Camping': Only 7% of accredited camps offer inclusive services so that children with and without disabilities can participate together. Under the ADA, campus run by state/local government and by private organizations must provide physical and program access for campers with disabilities.
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What Does the ADA Mean to You?
Infographic titled 'What Does the ADA Mean to You?' featuring the photo of a man using a wheelchair and chatting with fellow attendees at a conference.
The ADA has made a difference in many people's lives.
People with disabilities are free to be a part of their community, from having access to movie theaters to being represented in state and local governments.
If you have questions about the Americans with Disabilities Act, contact us at 1-800-949-4232. Share on Facebook

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