Organizations accommodating people with disabilities


Certainly check with your legal counsel if you have any question.

Even if there is doubt, many organizations believe that accommodating individuals with disabilities is the right and ethical thing to do.

A camp can make these criteria available on its Web site or with the health form (relevant for applicants with or without disabilities).

Whether or not you have developed these criteria, you should consider describing the types of activities that participants will be engaging in, including location, altitude, climate, etc.

Of course, you are entitled to deny access based upon the ADA's limitations, discussed below. As mentioned in the introduction, qualifying organizations are private entities (as opposed to public (governmental) entities — however large or small — that own, lease, lease to or operate a . Organizations that fall within those categories or something analogous should consider that Title III probably applies to them.