Question 10 Dan Turner has heart disease and diabetes. He also suffers from numbness of the bottom of his feet as a result. He is a supervisor at Milton Manufacturing Co. and is required to walk around the plant floor almost constantly, checking each phase of production. His physician has advised him to limit his walking to not more than 1 hour per day. Dan has asked Milton Manufacturing to purchase a golf cart so that he can continue to perform his duties. Which statement is correct? a. Dan is no longer qualified for his job and is not eligible for an accommodation under the ADA. O b. Dan cannot perform the essential functions of his job and can be terminated without violating the ADA. O c. Dan can still perform the essential functions of his job and is entitled to the reasonable accommodation of the golf cart as long as the cost is not an undue burden for his employer. O d. None of the above statements are correct

Question 10 Dan Turner has heart disease and diabetes. He also suffers from numbness of the bottom of his feet as a result. He is a supervisor at Milton Manufacturing Co. and is required to walk around the plant floor almost constantly, checking each phase of production. His physician has advised him to limit his walking to not more than 1 hour per day. Dan has asked Milton Manufacturing to purchase a golf cart so that he can continue to

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