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According to the U. Title II requires that all state and local government services, programs, or activities, when viewed in their entirety, be accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. A A A Text Size. Title III Public Accommodations Title III requires public accommodations, such as hotels, restaurants, and medical services, to provide accommodations so customers and patients can access the goods and services offered. The question is whether a volunteer program could be considered goods and services. Title III requires public accommodations, such as hotels, restaurants, and medical services, to provide accommodations so customers and patients can access the goods and services offered.

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Volunteers and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

If a volunteer is a program participant, it would follow that the program must be made accessible to volunteers with disabilities, which sometimes means providing reasonable accommodations. Title III requires public accommodations, such as hotels, restaurants, and medical services, to provide accommodations so customers and patients can access the goods and services offered.

Title II State and Local Government Title II requires that all state and local government services, programs, or activities, when viewed in their entirety, be accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. Regardless of whether the ADA applies to volunteers, providing reasonable accommodations to volunteers with disabilities can be a winning proposition for businesses — they get all the great benefits of hiring people with disabilities for the low, low cost of providing an accommodation!

Title I Employment Under Title I, only individuals with disabilities who meet the definition of “employee” are entitled to reasonable accommodations. Title III Public Accommodations Title III requires public accommodations, such as hotels, restaurants, and medical services, to provide accommodations so customers and patients can access the goods and services offered. A A A Text Size. Show Reader Hide Reader. According to the U.

Volunteering is an excellent way for people with disabilities to gain work experience, explore career choices, and establish relationships with employers.

Under Title I, only individuals with disabilities who meet the definition of “employee” are entitled to reasonable accommodations.

Technical Assistance | Great Plains ADA Center

E question is whether a volunteer program could be considered goods and services. One of the questions JAN often gets related to volunteering is whether volunteers are covered under the ADA and therefore entitled to reasonable accommodations.

In some situations, a person with a disability may need an accommodation to serve as a volunteer. Visit the Consultants’ Corner Archive. The following addresses this question under various titles of the ADA.

Title II requires that all state and local government services, programs, or activities, when wt in their entirety, be accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. From the desk of Linda Carter BatisteJ.