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Transcript: Main Entrance Test Accessible Entrance Evaluation THANK YOU! ALTERNATIVE ACCESSIBLE RAMP PLAN Hunter Hall is a Type II building construction, and is classified as business occupancy. Hunter Hall should have at least two exits per floor. According to the IBC (2009 edition), Hunter Hall should have "no less than one accessible means of egress." The building should also have an area of refuge on each floor in case of emergencies. According to the 2010 Census, roughly 30.6 million people have difficulty walking or climbing stairs, or used a wheelchair, cane, crutches or walker. (US Census Bureau) Of today’s 20 year-olds, just over 1 in 4 will become disabled before they retire. (DoSomething) 1.8% of people 25 years or older with a mobility disability have a bachelor's degree or higher 10.9% of people 25 years or older with a mobility disability have less than a high school education (Disabled-world) CODE REQUIREMENTS ACCESSIBILITY OF HUNTER HALL BY: KACIE BAKER, CASEY BOWMER AND MIMI HAYWOOD Below is an alternative to the entrance on the west side of the building. A ramp is shown with directional arrows. DID YOU KNOW? HUNTER HALL CODE REQUIREMENTS Although it meets all codes requirements, the accessible entrance makes entering Hunter Hall a big hassle. The entrance is located on the side with no street access, so anyone who needs easy access from McCallie will not be able to enter without aid because of the steep hill. HUNTER HALL ACCESSIBILITY ANALYSIS ACCESSIBLE BUILDING ORTHOPEDIC DISABILITY The "accessible" entrance is located off to the side of the building. The path leading to it has no sign to indicate what building it leads to. It also takes nearly two minutes to get from the street to the accessible entrance. Even though this entrance is located on a central street on campus and can be accessed from the street, once inside, there is a set of stairs that must be used in order to get to the classrooms on the second floor of the building. This makes the entrance difficult to anyone using a wheel chair, crutch, or even using a stroller. Blue dots are entrances with stairs. Orange dot is the accessible entrance.


Transcript: A circumstance that makes progress or success difficult. Is it fair for the handicap general to have all the freedom? In the deceleration of independence it says that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life,liberty and the pursuit of happiness.That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers. Defined: as a fundamental right mentioned in the Declaration of Independence to freely pursue joy and live life in a way that makes you happy A form of happiness is being able to be yourself since we're are own person and we're all different Physically, handicapping makes us weak and unable to accomplish certain tasks, therefor limiting our abilities to function properly. It also effects our health because certain handicaps can be harmful to our brains or senses. An example of a handicap that the people in our society are forced to use are weights. This restricts movement and insures that no one in stronger or faster that another person. Besides being uncomfortable, carrying weights all the time can lead to long term problems on your body. The effect that handicapping has on us Society is being affected by handicaps which is very difficult to live with because since we are caring weights all the the time as well as the earbugs that cause a high pitch noise which in consequence it make short time memory loss that harms our brains. Handicap capable individuals is wrong because it halts the progression for new innovations by keeping everyone on the same level. That means that no one will be able to progress from the greater good . Handicapped individuals have the capacity to help the world around use a better place. people with high intelligence can help with new innovative creations that can benefit every one. Handicap Is it right to do ? i think that the handicap general shouldn't have all the freedom because dianna gets to do whatever she feels like while the others have to suffer the pain of carrying weights because if we are going to be an equal society we should i have the same stuff stuck or in our lives. This isn't fair because the handicap general is living the dream life of each of the individuals and the individuals have to suffer for example george has to carry weights wit him and that can cause him some serious pain. How handicapping effects us physically How would individual's lives change if we refuse the handicap's corruption. - Handicapping restrains us from being different and unique. - We are forced to share the same mind, strength and appearance allowing no one to develop their own thoughts or opinions. Our bodies no longer belong to ourselves, but to our government. - It stops us from learning the things we should be able to know about our world and only learn about what our government wants us to know. It restrains us from being able to discover and learn new things, limiting our knowledge. - It takes away from our personality by not giving us the chance to grow and build character. - From a young age, people with handicaps grow up and feel depressed, trapped, and controlled, which makes them less successful and unable to process information in the future. How would individual's lives change if we refuse against the handicap general.


Transcript: HANDICAP What Can A Person Do To Prevent Becoming Handicap Einstein is the great scientist of the twentieth century and notable physicist of all time. It is told that he had learning disability in his childhood. He could not talk till he was three and could not read till he was eight. Despite such problems he later became the noble prize winner for his contribution to the Physics. His theory of relativity is considered as a revolutionary development of Physics. He got Noble Prize in Physics in 1921 for his explanation of the Photoelectric Effect and for his research in Theoretical physics. Who was the most famous handicap person What Causes Handicap What Is A Devise Made For Deaf People You can prevent some disabilities with healthy life Choices, and by giving your child the best possible start in life. Wheel Chair, artifical legs and arms, parking spots, cars, speaking/hearing devices arthritis, back pain heart deases, cancer, depression, diabetes What Creations have been made for handicap people Emotional, Mental, And Physical Alarm Clock With Flash and Vibrator: Can be used with flashing light or vibrator or both simultaneously. Baby Cry Signaler: When the baby cries it emits a strobe light, or it will vibrate your bed, whichever you prefer. What Causes Handicap A condition that restricts a persons ability to function physically, mentally. Who made te handicap symbol Larry McAteer made the handicap symbol What Happened To the ADA Ten years after the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990, this landmark federal law has proved a remarkable success, defying the gloom and doom predictions of many members of Congress that the law, designed to open up American society to its 54 million citizens with disabilities, would bankrupt the economy. At the same time however, the law has not fully delivered on its keys promises to eliminate discrimination against people with disabilities in the workplace and in public accommodations. The first handicap person to climb Mt. Everest was Tom Whittaker Arthritis, Back pain, Heart disease, Cancer, Depression, Diabetes What are the types of handicaps Albert Enistine What Does Handicap Mean Who Was The First Handicap To climb Mt.Everest

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