Discrimination against persons with disabilities comes in more flavors than just wheelchair issues. Quite often the media focuses too much on litigation and issues based on access by persons using wheelchairs. However, there are many other ways to discriminate against people with disabilities.
A recent settlement by the United States Department of Justice against the producers of The Price is Right reflects this changing perception and focus on other important ADA issues.
The settlement requires CBS and the show producer to not only make the TV set accessible to persons using wheelchairs, but also requires correction of issues pertaining to the visually and hearing impaired. Water fountains need to be accessible not only to persons who use wheelchairs, but also persons who have difficulty bending over. Bathrooms not only need to be accessible to persons with wheelchairs, they also need to not contain hazards to the visually impaired.