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Your Voting Rights

People with disabilities may need assistance to vote. You might need to ask for help to vot…

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Effective Communication Under the ADA

A guide created by DOJ to “help title II and title III entities understand the rules…

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Sample Letters for Service Animals

Use these sample letters to advocate for your right to use a service animals in public plac…

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Accessible Parking Sample Letters

Use these sample letters to help you advocate for accessible parking. If you need more inf…

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NC Courts Accessibility

Accessibility in NC courts Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), North Caro…

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Sample Letter: Accessibility in Public Places

Use this sample letter to address accessibility of a service, program, or activity in a bu…

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ADA Title III (Public Places)

What Is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? The Americans with Disabilities Act (…

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Sample College Accommodation Request

College students with disabilities can use this sample letter to request accommodation…

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Accessible Public Transportation: FAQ

What is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? The Americans with Disabilities Ac…

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Assistive Technology in Schools

What is an Assistive Technology (AT) Device? An assistive technology device is “any item…

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