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Access to High-Quality Disability Services
Individuals with disabilities have a right to ADA compliant facilities and easy access to affordable, high-quality disability services and home care services. Society is designed to function primarily for able-bodied people. As a result, individuals with disabilities face additional systemic challenges. ADA compliance and access to care services are critical to ensuring those with disabilities have access to the same opportunities as everyone else and have a high quality of life.
Local Example of Disability Services
College of Charleston students, Greg Bunn, a double amputee, and Gina Applebee, who is blind, have to adapt to their surroundings as they navigate the rough Charleston sidewalks. Charleston's historic municipalities remain far from being ADA complaint, especially the narrow streets and old buildings.
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