Digital Accessibility Toolkits
Digital devices, platforms, and documents are increasingly becoming the primary methods used by individuals to execute work and engage in daily life. The following resources help equip employers with the information needed to ensure the digital workplace is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.
The Accessibility Playbook for Emerging Technology Initiatives
This Playbook is a blueprint for anyone seeking to launch a successful initiative to drive the development of emerging technologies that are accessible to and inclusive of people with disabilities.
Inclusive XR & Hybrid Work Toolkit
This Toolkit helps employers understand the value of using accessible extended reality (XR) technologies in hybrid work environments.
AI & Disability Inclusion Toolkit
This Toolkit can help organizations navigate the potential risks of implementing AI technologies, outlines practices they can adopt to try to make AI implementations more equitable and more.
This procurement guide for employers and their purchasing staff helps ensure that the ICT they buy and implement works for as many people as possible.
Staff Training Toolkit
This Toolkit contains detailed guidance for training employees across an organization with the accessibility knowledge they need that is specific to their role.
This tool helps employers and human resource professionals ensure their online job applications and other recruiting technologies are accessible to job seekers with disabilities.
This assessment provides a confidential benchmarking “snapshot” of the current state of an organization’s technology, the accessibility goals they want to reach and what steps they might take to achieve them.
Telework and Accessibility
These resources help equip employers with the information needed to ensure their virtual workplace is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.
Policy Matters provides policy analysis and news regarding laws and regulations, court decisions and government resources related to the accessibility of technology used in all aspects of employment.