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An Open Letter to Vendors at PAX South

Dear Vendors:

PAX South 2016 just concluded in San Antonio, Texas.  This event only happens once per year, and draws people from all over the country (and in some cases, the world) to engage in their passion for gaming.   1,410 more words

Disabilties

See newest ADA customer information videos at Abilities Expo this weekend

Learn how to Go Metro!

Get securement straps placed on your wheelchair. Photos: Anna Chen/Metro

Go Metro to check out the Abilities Expo and learn about the products and services available for the community of people with disabilities, their families, caregivers, seniors and healthcare professionals. 243 more words

Transportation News

Metro to premiere ADA videos at 2016 Abilities Expo

Metro’s Accessibility Unit has launched several Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and accessibility-related customer information videos, starting with the above, ‘Metro: A Customer’s View.’ The videos are meant to help educate and encourage those with disabilities on how to get around via public transportation so they feel confident, safe and comfortable on Metro Bus and Rail.  173 more words

Transportation News

Home Access News

Just spent a remarkably pleasant hour with a contractor who is familiar with ADA requirements.

He confirms what I’ve been saying: This apartment, especially my kitchen, is not ADA compliant, nor does it meet my access needs. 97 more words

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Horizon Fitness Provides Sophisticated Lockers for Visitors

By Mila Adamovica

Every day, consistent fitness activities help thousands of people change their lives for better. Horizon Fitness has over 25 gyms across Oman with three new openings in 2015. 46 more words

Electronic Locks

Are your ADA-compliant signs really ADA-compliant?

If you are involved in the manufacture of interior signs in the United States, you are aware that many of them are required to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. 412 more words

ADA Compliance

Tactile letters must be all upper case to be ADA-compliant

The guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) require that identification for permanent rooms and spaces display the name of the room in raised tactile letters along with Contracted Braille (Grade 2). 146 more words

ADA Compliance