ADA Compliance GuidelinesThe Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has recently changed the accessibility requirements for hotels and motels. The ADA requires that all hotels and motels provide guest rooms accessible to individuals with physical disabilities. The ADA has specific language and requirements for hearing impaired accessibility.
The new requirements also requires hotels and motels to disperse the Hearing Impaired accessible guest rooms among the various types of guest rooms offered based on type, number of beds and amenities. This means that hotels and motels are not allowed to make all mobility (wheelchair) accessible rooms Hearing Impaired accessible nor are they able to limit Hearing Impaired accessible rooms to one floor, queens, kings, smoking, and non-smoking. Hearing impaired accessible guest rooms must be DISPERSED among the various types of guest rooms offered.
It doesn't have to be complicated or expensive for your facility to be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
This is the best package to provide for a guest in a 2-room or larger hotel guest room suite. It is the most convenient and accessible model, requiring minimal staff training and installation/maintenance time. Save when you purchase this kit! Are you a small business with less than 30 full-time employees or gross receipts less than $1 million/year? Read more about eligibility and requirements for the Disabled Access Credit (DAC), a tax incentive to encourage small businesses to comply with the ADA.
TTY (Text Telephone) (LHSUTI-MC4) Multifunction Alerting System with All-in-One Unit Functions: Telephone, Doorbell, Alarm Clock, Sound Monitor (LHSCL-AL10) Remote Receiver (LHSCL-AL12) Telephone Handset Amplifier (LHSAMER-HA40) Smoke Detector (LHSGEN-710LS) Assistive Listening Devices available sign (LHSADA-SIGN) Hard Carrying Case (LHSUTI-CASE4)