1. It protects disabled individuals from discrimination. Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act states that any place of public accommodation, such as hospitals, restaurants, and stores, cannot discriminate against individuals based on their disability status. These public places must make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities in order to treat them with dignity and respect.
2. It provides access to public transportation. Title II of the ADA requires that public transportation, such as buses and trains, be accessible to people with disabilities. The law requires that these transportation systems be equipped with lifts, ramps, and other devices and tools designed to make them more user-friendly for disabled individuals.
3. It protects individuals in state and local government. Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act also requires that any state or local government program or activity that receives federal funding must provide individuals with disabilities with the same access and opportunities as all other individuals. This includes in the employment, transportation, and public information areas.
4. It increases education opportunities. Title II of the ADA requires that all public schools, universities, and colleges provide programs, services, and activities for individuals with disabilities. This includes the implementation of reasonable accommodations to ensure that disabled students have equal access to educational opportunities.
It depends on the composite wood and the type of solid wood. In general, composite wood is usually made of a combination of materials, and may not be as strong as solid wood. However, some types of composite wood, such as particleboard and plywood, can be stronger than some types of solid wood, such as softwoods like pine.