Access

Refers to the ability to find, manipulate, and use information, an object, a place, a service or a program in an efficient and comprehensive manner. Access can be programmatic, physical, or communications. 1) Communications includes media and telecommunications equipment. 2) Physical implies the ability to find, manipulate, and use information, an object, a place, a service or a program in an efficient and comprehensive manner. Access can be programmatic or physical. 1) Program - Programs or activities provided by the recipient of public funds must be readily accessible to qualified individuals. 2) Technology - Hardware and software tools that includes computers, assistive and adaptive equipment, and the Internet. 3) Web - Websites built so that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the Web, and that they can contribute to the Web.

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