barrier free


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barrier free

adjective Referring to structural or architectural design that does not impede use by individuals with special physical needs.
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J) - To achieve barrier free accessibility to municipal facilities services and programs, and to educate consumers on their rights regarding government entities and public accommodations: $100,000.
UT Administrations for providing barrier free access to public places by constructing ramps, lifts and railings.
With a Barrier Free Lifts[R] scale attached to the ceiling lift, the therapist can chart the progress of his or her patients.
Mitel recognizes the value of the Internet as a strategic means of barrier free communications and has taken the steps to develop a WWW site that is informative, useful and accessible.
The non-profit Iseshima Barrier Free Tour Center(3) was asked to supervise development of this app.
When it comes to easier living, many individuals need quality handicap construction options to help them achieve a barrier free living.
An acoustic signalisation system was developed in less than 8% of pedestrian crossings and only about 5% of mass urban transportation stops had access areas with a barrier free kerb enabling level getting on low-floor transport means for wheelchair users.
Company Donates Wireless Phones & Service to Barrier Free Living and Sanctuary for Families
MOTORISTS face more months of misery on the M50 because of "teething" problems with the barrier free tolling system.
Currently, the device is in the feasibility stage and Honda has been showcasing and gathering feedback from a wide range of people who experienced the device at relevant trade shows including the International Trade Fair on Barrier Free Equipments & Rehabilitation for the Elderly & the Disabled (BARRIER FREE 2008) held in April (at Intex Osaka) and at the Welfare 2008 in June (at Nagoya International Exhibition Hall).
The organization works in collaboration with related social service agencies such as Safe Horizon and Barrier Free Living (for the disabled).
ADA clearly addresses this concern but many developers and facility owners opt to install traditional bathtubs instead of the newer barrier free showers available.