In this special ADA National Network webinar, ACL Acting Administrator Alison Barkoff and HHS's Office for Civil Rights Acting Director Robinsue Frohboese discussed new information on guidance, funding, strategies and best practices related to vaccine access for people with disabilities. They emphasized recently released resources on vaccine access. Alison will address strategies and promising practices that are helping improve vaccination access, and $100 million of funding provided to ACL by CDC for vaccination efforts,.
This factsheet describes common features in software commonly used for telework, remote work, teleconferences, and virtual workspaces. It describes some of the best and worst features of these platforms, as well as accessibility features or problems.
This archived webinar highlighted a COVID-19 Accessible Materials Project, creating accessible materials and resources from existing CDC COVID-19 guidance. The specific targeted disability audiences identified as needing these resources are individuals who are blind and/or have low vision and need braille, individuals with intellectual and cognitive disabilities needing easy to read language, and individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing and need ASL.
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