Supports – The application fully meets the letter and intent of the criteria. This means that is accessible in respect of that provision.
Supports with Exceptions/Minor Exceptions – The application does not fully meet the letter and intent of the criteria, but provides some level of access relative to the criteria. It is partially accessible.
Supports through Equivalent Facilitation – The application provides an alternate way to meet the intent of the criteria, thus ensuring compliance.
Supports when Combined with Compatible AT – The application fully meets the letter and intent of the criteria when used in combination with Compatible AT.
Does Not Support – The application does not meet the letter or intent of the criteria.
Not Applicable – The criteria does not apply.
Not Applicable – Fundamental Alteration Exception Applies – A fundamental alteration of the application is required to meet the criteria.
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