Exceeding Accessibility Expectations in Aquatics Facilities

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[Photo courtesy of S.R.Smith]
[Photo courtesy of S.R.Smith]

When the Americans with Disabilities Act was expanded to include public pools, spas and recreational aquatics facilities in 2010, the intent of the regulation was to provide equal access to the water. And while it's important to maintain compliance and avoid running afoul of the regulations (which took effect in 2012), pool operators and facility managers would do well to keep their end-users top of mind when considering what having access to water means for their communities.

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