Certified Access Specialist Program Best Practices

Certified Access Specialist Program Best Practices

5 Aug 2020 By Admin

The Division of the State Architect (DSA)  has put together a manual that outlines the best practices for the Certified Access Specialist (CASp) Program. Requirements designated as stated in the statute are required, and the CASp is advised to read the referenced statute in its entirety, beyond the minimum statutory information provided herein, to ensure that the CASp meets the full requirements of the statute. It is important to note that this guide is provided for reference only and is not regulatory. It is intended to offer a level of consistency in the interpretation of statutes that can be offered to all CASps. The information is derived from federal guidance and from the recommendation of those with extensive experience in providing accessibility-related services prior to the existence of the CASp Program. The CASp may elect to incorporate some or all of the best practices into his/her respective practice.

Download the Best Practice Guide HERE.

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