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ADA Supports: Just What the Heck is a Reasonable Modification in Florida?
John N. McGovern, JD
Partner, Principal in Charge, Accessibility Practice, WT Group
People with disabilities are entitled to supports from Florida park and recreation agency programs, on that we all agree. But what is a reasonable modification? The ADA statutory language itself holds some clues, and so does the title II regulation published by the Department of Justice (DOJ). We can also look to settlement agreements and smart practices to inform our decisions here. We will separate supports into three categories: mandated supports, personal supports, and medical or quasi-medical supports. As always, we will suggest some prudent risk management steps for Florida parks and recreation agencies on this topic.
- Attendees will understand the title II approach to the making of reasonable modifications.
- Attendees will discuss the services and products most often cited as a reasonable modification.
- Attendees will learn at least three risk management practices regarding the invitation, analysis, and fulfillment of requests for reasonable modification.