Americans with disabilities are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Signed into law in 1990, the ADA is a civil rights legislation that allows disabled persons to enjoy the same products and services as people without disabilities.
Businesses must meet ADA compliance to avoid breaking the law.
Fines and penalties are imposed on small businesses that fail to remain compliant. Businesses must take the appropriate steps to accommodate disabled patrons.
Businesses must meet the needs of their patrons, and there are a few methods to fast-track your business to ADA compliance.
1. Focus on Accessibility
Businesses have a legal right to focus on accessibility, and this is in the retail and restaurant space especially.…Continue reading