If you believe that you or another person has been discriminated against by an entity covered by the ADA, you may file a complaint with the Disability Rights Section (DRS) in the Department of Justice. You may submit your complaint online or by mail or facsimile. (Letters and packages sent to the DRS by U.S. Mail are delayed for security screening.) All new complaints are subject to processing and . To file an ADA complaint by mail or fax: US Department of Justice Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Civil Rights Division Disability Rights Section – NYA Washington, D.C. Fax: () You may also file a complaint by E-mail at [email protected] If you have questions about filing an ADA complaint, please call.
The Attorney General's Office, in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations that include the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section of the Rehabilitation Act of (Section ), does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, or in the administration of, its programs, services, and activities for the public. If you have questions about FCC requirements for access by people with disabilities, you may contact our Disability Rights Office at [email protected], or by calling (voice), (TTY) or (videophone).
We want to encourage people with learning disabilities to complain when they experience poor service from the NHS or a government organisation. Our Easy Read information We try as much as possible to use easy to understand language on our website. This page provides information for people with a learning disability, with some leaflets in Easy Read format, a video and posters. Making a complaint. To make a complaint about an NDIS funded service please visit the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission website. If you are unhappy with the disability service provided by your regulated Victorian disability service provider, you can talk to us. You can make an enquiry, ask for information, receive coaching on how to talk to your service provider or make a complaint.
With respect to Willowbrook class members for whom the Consumer Advisory Board, Willowbrook Class (CAB) serves as guardian either pursuant to M.H.L. Article 81 (N.Y. Mental Health Law § and N.Y. Public Health Law §d.1) or S.C.P.A. Article 17 (S.C.P.A. § b(1)(a)), the CAB is empowered to make all health care decisions for the class member, including the decision to remove or. Feb 04, · The process of obtaining guardianship is governed by the laws of each state. Generally, the individual seeking guardianship must: File a petition for guardianship of the alleged person with disabilities (the “Respondent”), nominating either themselves or .