- The five titles, or sections, of the ADA are:
* Physical Access
* Public Accommodations
* Reasonable Accommodations
- Who is covered by the ADA?:
A. People with physical disabilities (i.e. deaf, blind, wheelchair user, etc.).
B. People who are perceived by the employer (or others) as having a disability.
C. People with any type of disability (physical, psychological, recovering addict, HIV/AIDS).
D. A & B
E. B & C
- Name Four examples of accommodations or auxiliary aids:
- Yes or No: At pre-employment offer stage, an employer may give a medical examination to an applicant with a disability?
- "Essential Job Functions" means:
A. Everything you must do on the job.
B. The job tasks that can only be done by someone in that position.
C. The tasks that are repeated most during the day on the job.
D. None of the above.
- True or False: Under the ADA, an employer is required to give preference to a qualified applicant with a disability over other applicants.
- What is "reasonable accommodation?"
A. Making the facilities accessible to someone with a disability.
B. Modifying work schedules.
C. Acquiring or modifying equipment.
D. Providing qualified readers or interpreters.
E. Appropriately modifying examinations, training, or other programs.
F. All of the above.
- Yes or No: Is it legal for employers to test for illegal drugs under the ADA?
- True or False: During the post-offer of employment stage, employers cannot ask if the applicant has had a work-related injury.
- True or False: Seventy-five percent of job accommodations which cost money are less than $500.00.
- When an employer or public accommodation can not provide a disability-related accommodation due to an "undue hardship," that means:
A. It is too hard for the company to find the equipment.
B. The accommodation will cause a significant difficulty or expense to the company.
C. It is determined that the accommodation is not actually needed.
D. None of the above.
- True or False: An employer who offers a pre-employment test to applicants must provide auxiliary aids for persons with impaired, manual or speaking skills (such as braille, large print, or taped examination).
- True or False: During the interview, employers can ask how the person will do the job, but they can not ask about their disability.
- True or False: If an employee discloses his or her disability and asks for an accommodation, the employer has to give the employee exactly what he or she requested.
- Name Four examples of businesses or places that fall under the Public Accommodations section of the ADA:
- True or False: The ADA does not require any accommodation or auxiliary aid to be provided that would result in a fundamental alternation (changes the meaning or focus) on the nature of goods or services provided by a public accommodation.
- True or False: A person is legally covered by the ADA regardless of whether or not they disclose their disability.
- True or False: All government entities, federal, state, and local, are covered by the ADA.
- True or False: The courts may not charge an individual who is deaf for a sign language interpreter in the courtroom.
- True or False: Companies may impose safety requirements that are necessary for the safe operation of the position if they suspect there may be risks for a person with a disability.