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As a member of the hospitality industry do you understand your rights and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?

Under Title III, the ADA prohibits a public accommodation, such as a restaurant or motel, from discriminating against an individual on the basis of disability by denying them the right of full and equal access of its goods and services. We are here to provide you with materials to educate and inform you of your ADA requirements.

Hospitality & Disability – An initiative of the ADA National Network to promote accessibility and opportunity for people with disabilities within the hospitality industry. Offers targeted materials, resources, and training to help hospitality businesses expand their market share by reaching and serving customers with disabilities.

For possible additional resources, please see our resources page or contact the Rocky Mountain ADA Center through our Technical Assistance Form or call us directly at 800-949-4232.

The Rocky Mountain ADA Center is not an enforcement agency, nor does it provide advocacy services. The information and materials provided by the center are intended solely as informal guidance and are not a determination of your legal rights or responsibilities. All communication with the center is strictly confidential.

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