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What physical barriers might people with disabilities experience when accessing the One-Stop Career Center? A. Difficulty getting in a front door that doesn’t have a ramp or an electronic door opener. C. Inability to access One-Stop Resource Room computers due to a visual impairment (e.g. blindness / low vision) that requires the use of screen reading and/or magnification software. D. Both A & C. B. A giant jello mold that envelops the One-Stop preventing anyone from entering without a large spoon and a larger appetite.
According to WIA Section 188 – “The Disability Checklist” - One-Stop Career Centers are required to be designed and constructed in such a manner that the facility or part of the facility is readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. This includes being able to get in the door! This isn’t the correct answer to the question though. Please try again… True, but there is more….
While we might have the makings for a B-movie horror flick based on this premise, it’s not likely that this particular physical barrier (“The One- Stop Jello Shop”?) is something job seekers are likely to encounter any time soon. There is a better answer though… Please try again! That would be interesting… Jello Stapler Mold x 10,000
According to WIA Section 188 the One-Stop Career Center is required to offer individuals with disabilities the same opportunities to participate in programs, projects, and activities offered to non-disabled persons and such individuals are served through the same channels as individuals without disabilities, receiving reasonable accommodation, modifications, and auxiliary aids and services, as appropriate. There is a better answer though… Please Try Again! True, but there is more…
In all areas of a building used by the public, Title II of the ADA requires a totally accessible interior path from point of entry to all public services. The design elements affected by this requirement consist of: Vestibule configuration / Counter heights Door sizes and pressure of operation / Corridor widths Elevator access and control Toilet room and stall dimensions / Drinking fountain location and dimensions Telephone and TTY (text telephone) provisions Signage design & location / Visual and audible alarm accommodations Ramps or lift access to all raised seating / Quantity of accessible seating To learn more check out the Guide to ADA & ABA (Architectural Barriers Act) Accessibility Standards CORRECT! Click here to end show Click here to return to answer links