Definition of Americans With Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights law that is applicable to disabled people to protect their rights against any discrimination in a public area, in educational institutes, organizations, transportation, or any other place. This law also ensures disabled people get accommodation where public accommodations are available.
This law makes sure disabled people enjoy the same human rights and opportunities as everyone enjoys. The ADA is divided into 5 titles that protect different areas of the public life of disabled people.