Telework and Accessibility

Many employers and employees have recently shifted to telework. PEAT is here to help with the transition to ensure your digital communications and platforms are as accessible as possible for everyone, including people with disabilities.

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Technology can and should break barriers for people with disabilities in the workplace.
Let’s ensure that the future of work is born accessible.

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Throughout 2020, PEAT is exploring the role that technology can play in breaking down barriers to employment and ensuring accessibility, equality, and opportunity for all. Please join us!

Brook McCall, Director of the Tech Access Initiative at United Spinal Association, discusses the workplace technology challenges that people with mobility disabilities face.

Shane Kanady, Vice President of Workforce Development at Source America, discusses challenges people with disabilities face around finding work, including technology concerns.

George Karalis, Senior Product Manager at STRIVR discusses the value of Virtual Reality for Training and Employee Development and STRIVR's commitment to making VR training accessible.

As we come together to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), let’s reflect on the current and future state of accessibility for people with disabilities.

About the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT)

Our mission is to foster collaborations that make emerging technologies accessible. To support workplaces in using inclusive technologies that engage the skills of employees with disabilities. To build a future that works.

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Video Conversation: What's Your Pitch for Why Accessible Technology Matters?

Future of Work Podcast
Episode 30

The Role of Universal Design in Workplace Inclusion and Accessibility

Brook McCall, Director of the Tech Access Initiative at United Spinal Association, discusses the workplace technology challenges that people with mobility disabilities face.

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Accessibility Skills & Awareness Resources

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Accessible eRecruiting for Employers

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Your Guide for Purchasing Accessible Technology

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Policy Matters

ICT Laws and Regulations

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