Training, Events, and Opportunities to Participate
The App Factory to Support Health and Function of People with Disabilities has opened its 2021-2022 annual grant competition to fund development of accessible mobile information and communication technology applications. The submission deadline is August 15th.
This program from the Digital Accessibility Rights Education (DARE) Academy supports individuals with disabilities who are passionate about digital access and want to obtain CPACC (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies) certification. The deadline to apply for Cycle 1 of the program is August 15, 2021.
The National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision is recruiting individuals to be part of a five-year study on the use of access technology (AT) in the workplace. Researchers are still recruiting individuals with blindness or low vision (age 21+) who are not employed but are interested in working to be a part of this study. Participants will complete multiple surveys to help researchers determine how AT use is changing over time. Participants will receive a gift card after each completed survey.
The ADA National Network (ADANN) is celebrating 30 years of providing training, technical assistance, and guidance on the ADA. Throughout the year, the ADANN will be highlighting its services, success stories, and vision for the next 30 years. Visit the ADANN to learn more and find your regional ADA Center.