AccessIT promotes the use of electronic and information technology (E&IT) for students and employees with disabilities in educational institutions at all academic levels. The web site features the "AccessIT Knowledge Base", a searchable database of questions and answers regarding accessible E&IT, and the "Accessible University" mock site, a tool for demonstrating web accessibility principles.

This site includes a searchable database of assistive technologies and disability related products, equipment, and architectural elements.
Toll Free Telephone: 800-227-0216

This agency provides information about the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) and disability issues in air travel, and accepts consumer complaints.

Toll-Free Hotline For Air Travelers With Disabilities
7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Time
1-800-778-4838 (Voice)
1-800-455-9880 (TTY)

This site includes information on Federal programs, services, and resources of interest to people with disabilities, employers, service providers, and others.

This searchable collection contains over 7,400 documents on the ADA.

This site, funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), provides information about the ADA, as well as each of the ten regional ADA Centers.

The ADA requires the establishment of telephone relay services for individuals who use telecommunications display or similar devices. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) enforces these regulations and offers technical assistance to the public. The FCC also enforces provisions of the Telecommunications Act which address the accessibility of telecommunications equipment and services, as well as television programming.

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), through the Federal Transit Administration, offers technical assistance on the transportation provisions of Title II of the ADA.

Toll Free ADA Assistance Line:
888-446-4511 (Voice/Relay)

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces the employment provisions of the ADA and offers technical assistance on employment discrimination. The ADA covers private employers with 15 or more employees, as well as state and local government agencies regardless of how many employees they have. Covered employers may not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities in any aspect of the employment process.