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The misuse of a disabled placard is a criminal offense. Under the California Vehicle Code 22511.56 (Section b), the disabled placard may be confiscated by a CSUN Police Officer. CSUN does not issue temporary or permanent disabled placards. Temporary or permanent disabled placards can be obtained from any DMV Office. This is a "same day" service providing that the person applying has the required form filled out correctly and signed by a physician. The required DMV form may be downloaded from the California Department of Motor Vehicles website. The Automobile Club of Southern California (Triple A) offices a member benefit allowing current members to obtain a temporary or permanent disabled placard from any Triple A office. CSUN has Disability Parking located throughout the campus in student and faculty lots. To find Disability Parking near your destination on campus, please refer to the CSUN Campus Map. The Disability Parking locations are shown on the map in blue. Get a handicap placard california.

How do owners and managers of residential rental properties comply with all the applicable laws regarding parking for the disabled? There are federal laws, state laws and sometimes local laws which may conflict with one another, and may apply to different areas of the property or different users of the parking spaces. This article is designed to help clarify the current state of the law. The federal law called the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that any area to which a member of the public is invited, must be “accessible” to disabled persons. There must be curb cuts, ramps, wide doorways, lever door handles, etc. on the routes that a disabled person might take in order to contact a representative of the owner of the property. Under California law, properties with 16 or more residential rental units must have a representative of the owner on-site. If that representative interacts with the public, for instance conducting tours and taking applications from prospective residents, the office (or the portion of the representative’s unit which is used to conduct business) must comply with the ADA. But what about parking?

If there is no parking on the property…or all parking is reserved for residents, then there is no “public” parking and the ADA does not apply to parking on that property. If there is prospective resident or guest parking on-site, the ADA applies and there must be a blue-striped space with the blue wheelchair sign designated for the use of persons with disability placards or license plates. The ADA requires at least one designated disabled space for every twenty-five parking spaces. The ADA focuses only on public parking, so the rule can be interpreted to mean that there must be one designated disabled space for every twenty-five public spaces. There are few rental communities which have twenty-five or more spaces for public parking. Therefore, the requirements of the ADA should be able to be met on properties which have public parking by establishing at least one designated disabled parking space in each area in which the public is allowed to park. The first designated space must be a van-accessible space. In parking lots with numerous disabled spaces, one out of eight such designated spaces must be van-accessible.

Take note that all public places must be made accessible to the extent that it is readily achievable and technically feasible. It is a common misconception that older properties are “grandfathered in” and do not have to comply with ADA guidelines. Many landlords have been sued for failure to comply with the ADA in recent years and have found out the hard way that their properties were not exempt. When considering changes to an older property to make it ADA compliant, a Certified Access Specialist (CaSP) should be consulted. Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR) serves as the basis for design and construction of buildings in California and includes accessibility requirements for residential rental property. Unlike the fair housing act, the CCR requires blue, disabled spaces to be located in the private (“resident only”) parking areas of the property. The CCR indicates that disabled spaces located in the “resident only” parking areas can be assigned to specific residents.

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ESSAY QUESTIONS BUS368
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What is the importance of visuals in communication? What should one remember when using them?

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Its a perfect way for a person to get their point across.  It allows the recipients to visualize what you are presenting.  

Word count: 22 words
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You did not answer the second half of the question.

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List six ways suggested by Seiler and Beall to improve perceptions of our audience.

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  1. Become an active preceiver 
  2. Recognize persons frame of reference
  3. People, situation, and objects change
  4. Be aware of the role perception play in communication
  5. Keep in an open mind
  6. Check your perception
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What must one do in order to communicate in an egalitarian manner?

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You must speak and/or write in such a way that everyone can comprehend and is relevant to all. 

Word count: 18 words
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What are the components of the communication process?

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Source, message, channel, receiver, feedback, environment, context, and interference 

Word count: 9 words
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 _____ can be defined as “self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking.”
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