The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was designed to protect workers with disabilities against employer discrimination.
Explain the difference in protection for someone with a correctable disability and a non-correctable disability.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com July 20, 2018, 12:47 pm ad1c9bdddf
A person with a correctable disability is generally not afforded the same rights as a person with an uncorrectable disability under the ADA. A person with an uncorrectable disability would include someone who is bound to a wheelchair, someone who is missing a limb, or other such circumstances. A correctable disability would include a person that has weak eyesight which is correctable with corrective eyeglasses; the person is not blind, which would be a non-correctable disability. A correctable disability would be someone who has low hearing and uses hearing aids to hear at a normal level but is not considered deaf, they ...
The solution discusses the The Americans With Disabilities Act and explains the difference in protection for someone with a correctable disability and a non-correctable disability.