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"In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD discusses a recent court ruling requiring many businesses to make their websites ADA-compliant and how that ruling applies to therapists."
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD provides an overview of an employers’ duty to reasonably accommodate employees and job applicants with disabilities, under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act. The article also includes helpful resources to assist employers in complying with this duty.
In this article, Bradley J. Muldrow, JD discusses important Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations and compliance practices for therapists to consider when providing services to patients with communications disabilities.