Resources

This section contains resources on specific disability topics that may be of interest to people with disabilities, service providers, businesses, government agencies, and others.

While we make every effort to keep these resource links updated, it is possible that links may become inactive. For additional resources on your topic of interest, please use our website search feature.

The RTCIL offers several online courses and a variety of publications for individiuals, health professionals, emergency planners, responders, and disaster relief workers.

This site includes the Medical Providers and the ADA Compliance Series, with fact sheets on disability etiquette, effective communication, service animals, and serving patients who use wheelchairs and other mobility devices.

The Institute promotes accessible and universal design of environments and products.

This project fosters collaboration among industry, academia, and disability advocacy to create models that incorporate accessiblity into the training of students in fields such as design, computer sciences, and human computer interaction.

This site offers resources for individuals with disabilities and families, emergency planners, first responders, and shelter operators in Pennsylvania (though much of the information could be useful anywhere). Resources include a variety of tools, training materials, guides,and checklists.

The NASDDDS Emergency Response Preparedness Self Assessment Instrument was developed to help state officials evaluate their preparedness plans in light of the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces the employment provisions of the ADA and offers technical assistance on employment discrimination.

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.

The ADA requires the establishment of telephone relay services for individuals who use telecommunications display or similar devices.

This project, at the College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, promotes the development of accessible information and telecommunications technologies.

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