To determine the factors of architectural barriers
, confirmatory factor analysis was used.
accessible to the disabled as part of the Architectural Barriers
All existing facilities must have architectural barriers
removed that would hinder access by the disabled if it is readily achievable to do so.
The security manager must consider the full range of potential countermeasures, including architectural barriers
, intrusion detection, access control, and assessment subsystems, as well as procedure and personnel-intensive countermeasure combinations appropriate to each asset.
After finding many architectural barriers
in the room, the customer filed the complaint with DOJ's Disability Rights Section.
Massachusetts, for example, says that among other things, the grants can be used on "housing rehabilitation or development, micro-enterprise or other business assistance, infrastructure, community/public facilities, public social services, planning, removal of architectural barriers
to allow access by persons with disabilities, and downtown or area revitalization.
A failure in Eugene risked condemning a generation of disabled Americans to the unequal treatment imposed by architectural barriers
Established under Section 44 of the Internal Revenue Code, the tax credit includes architectural modifications, purchase of adaptive equipment, removal of architectural barriers
, and consulting fees.
While Longmore is an articulate and ardent spokesperson for people with disabilities, he does not share with readers a vision for the future, for a society in which all people have access not only in terms of architectural barriers
, accommodations at work and on airplanes, and support programs, but in which they are truly integrated into the fabric of our culture and society.
Identifying architectural barriers
is necessary and their removal is required when the program itself cannot be revised to provide accessibility.
Editorial includes information on facility compliance, the impact of Title II, the removal of architectural barriers
, enforcement, implementation of Title III and its affect on commercial and industrial leases, liability, and conflicts between preservation and accessibility.
Efforts also are underway to consolidate and revise guidelines under ADA and the Architectural Barriers