[Ohio-talk] question for David Andrews
dandrews at visi.com
Mon Oct 19 20:14:33 UTC 2015
I can't give you an exact citation, but your summary of what I said
is true. The requestor's preference should receive primary
consideration in an accommodation request, but the covered entity is
not bound by it and can suggest another accommodation.
At 01:55 PM 10/19/2015, you wrote:
>I remember that you responded to a thread on OhioTalk about accomodations
>and the ADA. I believe that you wrote that under the ADA, a person with a
>disability can or should have input into what accommodation they receive,
>but they are not guaranteed their accommodation of choice. If I'm
>paraphrasing your statement correctly, can you point us to where in the ADA
>this right to provide input is?
>Thanks so much,
David Andrews and long white cane Harry.
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