— Larry W. – San Diego, CA ANSWER: The ADA Title III Regulations do not define emotional support animals as service animals and emotional support, well-being, comfort or companionship do not constitute work or tasks for the purposes of this definition. There does appear to be an exception for service animals in relation to PTSD, in guidance issued by the Department of Justice … READ MORE
— Ken G. – St. Augustine, FL ANSWER: Revolving doors cannot be a part of an accessible route per ADA Standards section 404.2. This is usually handled by placing a 36” swinging door adjacent to or in very near proximity to the revolving door.
— Tracy S. – Asheville, NC ANSWER: This is not an uncommon situation you face based upon the questions we receive. There are several parts of this that must be considered. First, as a condominium unit it would fall under the Fair Housing Act Guidelines which apply to new construction after March 13, 1991. If this property were constructed prior to this date … READ MORE