Accomodating blindness in restaurants
The ADA does not cover owner-occupied establishments renting five or fewer rooms.
Places of lodging, like other places of public accommodation, must provide their services to the public in a way that gives people who are blind or who have low vision a full and equal opportunity to enjoy the services that are provided to others.
The information in this booklet has been adapted from “The Americans with Disabilities Act Questions and Answers” document produced by the U. This document does not reflect the opinions of the U. Department of Education and is not a legal determination of your rights and/or responsibilities under the ADA.
One reason for the different estimates is that different terminology is used to assess the number of individuals with some degree of vision problems.This is a town which is really little more than a quiet place beside a river.Prior to European settlement a small number of Aborigines were well established in the district.Soon after the arrival of colonists in South Australia in July, 1836 expeditions were sent out to explore the hinterland.By December 1837 explorers had reached Lyndoch and by 1838 other explorers had reached the Murray River passing through the Barossa Valley.
They lived on a diet of grass seeds (made into a kind of damper), kangaroos, wallabies, possums, lizards and fish and protected themselves against the winter cold with possum skin rugs.