People with hearing and vision impairments are entitled to effective communications in public spaces. This can require Braille, raised lettering and tactile symbols on signs for people with vision impairments. It can require visual alarms, assistive listening devices, captioning and interpretive services for people with hearing impairments. I see the following situations frequently:
- Deaf patients are not provided with effective communication auxiliary aids and services at their doctor's office or the hospital
- Employers do not provide auxiliary aids and services as necessary for employees with hearing impairments to perform the essential functions of their jobs or to enjoy the benefits and privileges of employment
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Americans With Disabilities Act
Name - Edward I. Zwilling
Phone - (205) 822-2701
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org