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Accessibility Resources and Information Links


Accessibility-Moving-Forward Podcast
Join Bill Tillery and Randy Rusnak as they discuss advancements in accessibility.

Adobe Accessibility Help
This page on the Adobe site provides useful help when having accessibility issues with Adobe products.

Carroll Center For The Blind
The Carroll Center for the Blind, located in Newton, Massachusetts, provides help for the blind including training and adaptive devices to individuals of all ages who have lost their sight so they can live independent and fulfilling lives. We offer a number of other services for the blind, such as technical training, low vision products, and much more. You will also be able to find information about ongoing accessibility projects, such as making TV accessible.

David Goldfield's List of Accessibility Resources
David Goldfield has compiled a list of accessibility resources that he and others have found useful.

Easter Seals Tech
A source for current information about advancements in Accessibility.

I Accessibility
Welcome to i-accesibility.com! Powered by Teltex, i-accessibility.com is the only place to find everything related to accessibility and iOS devices. From Apple and iOS native accessibility features, to 3rd party apps, to accessories, i-accessibility.com is the place for access. All features of the i-accesibility.com website are fully accessible for individuals with disabilities. From videos in American Sign Language with closed captioning, to text alternatives for non-text content, to the ability to navigate the website with various peripheral devices; i-accessibility.com is designed for everyone. Plus, the website has been verified and certified as W3C accessible.

W3Schools
Full website tutorials and information all free.

Web Accessibility In Mind
Offers a wide range of information and resources for improving Web accessibility.

Web Accessibility Initiative Website
Provides a wealth of information about how to make your website work well for the Blind and Visually Impaired.


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