Thread Subject: Materials on Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity
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Dear Members of the TEITAC,
The following correspondence, consisting of two papers and a cover
letter, was sent to the Access Board, for relaying to the members of the
TEITAC for consideration. The author of these documents wished the
TEITAC to be aware of and consider issues of Electromagnetic
Hypersensitivity. It was explained to him that, while members of the
public may make any comments they wish to the members of the committee,
the committee retains the right to comment or not upon those matters it
deems relevant in its report. The author has requested that any
comments made be forwarded to him. He does not use computers, so any
comments will be reduced to hard copy and sent to him.
This material is submitted for your review. You are not required to
comment or refrain from comment upon any issues raised.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Thank you for your work on behalf of TEITAC
Timothy P. Creagan
Senior Accessibility Specialist
U.S. Access Board
1331 F Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20004-1111
202-272-0016 (V); 1-(800) 872-2253 (V)
202-272-0082 (TTY);1-800-993-2822 (TTY)
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"Thank you for your questions concerning section 508 of the
Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998. Section 508 authorizes the
Access Board to provide technical assistance to individuals and Federal
departments and agencies concerning the requirements of this section.
This technical assistance is intended solely as informal guidance; it is
not a determination of the legal rights or responsibilities of entities
subject to section 508."