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Foreword

The organization of this guide first leads the novice professional through an understanding of the requirements of the law and how to apply it when developing polices. Each subsequent section contains reviews of Federal agency guidance, and summaries of relevant complaint investigations. These sections can be downloaded with the entire guide, or used as a stand-alone resource. Practitioner pointers are provided for real world tips on how to develop procedures based in the law and which help to provide equal opportunity and access for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

 

Section 1: Understanding Laws, Regulations, Case Law, and Guidance 

Section 2: For Law to Practice 

Section 3: Auxiliary Aids and Services: The Basics 

Section 4: Auxiliary Aids and Services: Common Challenges 

Section 5: Beyond the Classroom: Non-Academic Programs 

Section 6: Access to Facilities 

Section 7: Technical Standards 

Section 8: Online Accessibility

Section 9: Internships and Accessibility

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