accessibility

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accessibility

Hardware and software technologies that help visually or physically impaired people to use the computer. For example, the Accessibility Options control panel in Windows provides keyboard, mouse and screen options for people who have difficulty typing or seeing the screen. See assistive technology.

Accessibility

1. Refers to items and conditions specified in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that provide access for physically handicapped persons.
2.
The provision of access to and through a building or site for physically impaired individuals.
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The Earthquake Reconstruction Program builds earthquake-resistant and handicapped-accessible schools and healthcare facilities in areas of northern Pakistan affected by the 2005 earthquake.
BURBANK - The DeBell Golf Course could get a Craftsman-style clubhouse and a handicapped-accessible parking lot under an $8 million project coming before the City Council on March 7.
All courses are handicapped-accessible and adhere to ISTE, ADA, IDEA, and SCORM standards.
What it needs is a larger, handicapped-accessible children's department and space for computer equipment and a meeting room.
For many a nursing home operator, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) seems like enough to worry about when it comes to creating a handicapped-accessible facility.
A handicapped-accessible camp opens up new target markets: disabled persons and senior citizens.
are building a handicapped-accessible playground, and more than 2,000 people in Dallas, Texas, are distributing donated coats and clothing to those who would otherwise do without.
The project incudes improvements to the restaurant, and it will make the airport handicapped-accessible.