disability rights

Do restaurants have to provide Braille menus?

No. It might be an undue administrative or financial burden for a restaurant to print a new Braille menu every time they change an item or price.

However, it is not appropriate for a request for a Braille menu to be answered with simply “we don’t have any.” Restaurant staff should be trained on how to properly provide the information from the menu to guests so they can make their choices from the full menu.

What are some things vets can do?

  • For more information, go the the Making Work Happen website [makingworkhappen.com] and find the Veterans Tutorial.
  • Think through how you want to talk about your disability or disclose it.  Unless you are asking for an accommodation, you do not have to disclose your disability to an employer either during hiring or employment.  Whether you decide to disclose depends on a number of factors:  Your feelings about your disability, whether you need a workplace a

What are some things employers can do?

  • For more information on this, go to the Making Work Happen website [makingworkhappen.com] and find the employer’s a tutorial on veterans with disabilities in the workplace.
  • Consider the workplace climate and culture.  Is there a climate of trust and openness around disability and accommodation?  What actually happens to people with disabilities when they come forward with an accommodation request?  Is there a quick and effective response?  Or is this the first road to termination?  What happens to people with d

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