The correct answer is A) Doorknobs are inaccessible to people who cannot clinch or twist them.
This doorway is inaccessible to people who have limited mobility in their hands. If, for instance, you cannot open your hand from a fist, or if you cannot rotate your hand or arm, you may not be able to grab and rotate this doorknob. An example of an accessible doors would be one that has a lever handle.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act: Door hardware shall be operable with one hand and shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist.
Correct Example: To the left is an example of an accessible entrance. The lever handle does not have to be clinched, gripped, or turned, to be effective.
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