When we think of disability accommodations, we think of those accommodations that we readily see in the world around us. We think of ramps. We think of elevators. We think of walkers, canes, and wheelchairs. We also think of these accommodations as long-term, per- manent structures. We think of how these aid people with disabilities in moving around their house, running errands in public places, and with working around an office environment. Read more.