Americans with Disabilities Act removes barriers to public access
“A lot of that work was done by people with disabilities themselves. They were the ones who fought for this, and I think that’s really crucial because I think we really need more input from people with disabilities. They are truly the experts in what they need.“
Marliese Delgado, a physical therapist and outpatient coordinator for United Ability, talks with Alabama Care Lead Anchor Alex Bimes about public accessibility on the anniversary of the 1990 signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
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