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The Americans With Disabilities Act - Compliance Assessment Tookit (ADA-CAT) website

The tools on this site, in conjunction with recommended measurement techniques and instruments (e.g. AUDITs), will allow a person without specialized training in architecture, assistive technology, or construction to quickly assess deficits in accessibility and usability of features of the physical world.

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Posted by: jksot on Wed Nov 14, 2012 at 8:23 p.m.

Very helpful set of tools to have on hand when rating a building.

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