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Frequently Asked Questions Employment

What are examples of a reasonable accommodation?

Reasonable accommodations that can be requested include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • making existing facilities accessible;
    • restructuring the job;
    • utilizing part-time or modified work schedules;
    • adjusting or modifying tests, training materials, or policies;
    • providing qualified readers and interpreters;
    • acquiring or modifying equipment; and
    • reassigning an individual to a vacant position for which the employee must be qualified.

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