Accessibility Resources

Additional Accessibility and Accommodation Resources

 

Resources on Accessible Meetings

For more information on how to make your meetings more accessible, check out these additional resources

ADA Accessible Meetings Guidebook >                         ADA Existing Facilities Checklist >


Disability Organizations

Statewide organizations that are useful for any questions regarding accessibility

Minnesota Council on Disability >                                  ADA Minnesota >


Find ASL Interpreters

The link below takes you to the Minnesota Department of Human Services’ Deaf and Hard of Hearing webpage, where you can find lists of ASL freelance interpreters, ASL interpreter agencies, and video interpreters.

Find an Interpreter >


State of Minnesota Assistive Technology Loan

The Minnesota STAR program is an online database maintained by the State of Minnesota where assistive technology can be loaned.

Minnesota STAR Device Loan >


State of Minnesota Disability Organizations

Below are several specific State of Minnesota disability organizations that are useful for further information on accommodations. Each link has resources such as ASL interpreter databases and additional information on assistive technology.

Commission of the Deaf, Deafblind, and Hard of Hearing >           State Services for the Blind >


Accessible Presentations Guidelines

A set of tips and tricks for making your presentations more accessible to individuals with low vision.

Accessible Presentations Guidelines >