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Architect, ADA Design Unit

Co-founder Center for Accessible Housing at NC State

Former principle at Barrier Free Environments, Inc., Raleigh, NC with Ron Mace, FAIA

Former faculty at Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, and NC State

Slide 6 introduction

Slide 7 [triangle with exclamation mark] The content provided in this presentation is for informational purposes only.  Neither the content nor delivery of the content is or shall be deemed to be legal advice or a legal opinion.  The audience cannot rely on the content delivered as applicable to any circumstance or fact pattern. The information provided is not a substitute for professional legal advice.

Slide 8

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

Slide 9 Sections of regulations amended in 2010

Title II: Sections 35.104, 35.160, 35.161

Title III: Sections 36.104, 36.303

Slide 10 Types of auxiliary aids and services

[Woman at podium, screen with captioning displayed, captioner sitting and working ]

Additions to examples

Exchange of written notes

Accessible electronic and information technology

“Real time” computer-aided transcription services and captioning

Video remote interpreting (defined)

Slide 11 …Types of auxiliary aids and services

[Woman’s hands on braille document]

Additions to examples

Brailled materials and displays

Screen reader software

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