X hits on this document

Word document

Physical Access: Being an Agent for Campus Change and Compliance, Part I - page 3 / 8

13 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

3 / 8

Secondary auditory programs (SAP)

Magnification software

Optical readers

Slide 12 [Symbol for sign for interpret]

“Qualified reader” and  “qualified interpreter”

“Qualified reader” defined

One who reads effectively, accurately, impartially

One who can use necessary specialized vocabulary

“Qualified interpreter” modified

Includes sign language, oral, and cued speech interpreters/transliterators

Includes VRI

Slide 13 Communication with everyone

Covers communication with applicants and participants, not just “primary” communicator

Anyone who would be able to communicate/participate in the activity

Court: not just parties; also jurors, spectators

Medical: deaf spouse of hearing patient

Graduation: not just students; also guests

Slide 14 Companions

Companions

Covered entities must communicate effectively with companions, as appropriate

Family members, friends, associates

Can’t require person to bring own interpreter

Can’t rely on companions to interpret except in emergency or by request

Slide 15 Other issues

Medical care settings

Privacy considerations

Document info
Document views13
Page views13
Page last viewedSat Dec 03 19:50:21 UTC 2016
Pages8
Paragraphs266
Words1104

Comments