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Accessibility rules for deaf people

Following the regulatory provisions of the "handicap" law of 2005, the 650,000 establishments receiving public services in France are required to make their facilities accessible by 1 January 2015, whether or not they have to be diagnosed. accessibility.

The law of February 11, 2005, for equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of people with disabilities, aims to raise awareness of civil society to more justice, attention and therefore to better integration people with disabilities. Establishments receiving public and open facilities to the public (administrative, cultural, health, sports ...) are naturally concerned by this necessary accessibility: people with disabilities must be able to circulate and receive information broadcast without any difficulty .


You find below the legal texts concerning accessibility for people with deafness, as well as information about the magnetic induction loop (BIM):


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