Check out this language guide from the National Center for Disability and Journalism on tips for inclusive disability language.
The Disability History Museum hosts a Library of virtual artifacts, Education curricula, and Museum exhibits. These programs are designed to foster research and study about the historical experiences of people with disabilities and their communities.
This helpful handout from the Northwest ADA Center provides accessibility considerations for health care facilities and practices.
Review this guide before posting on Instagram, Twitter, and any other media site to ensure your consumers can access the content.
This course provides an overview of how people with disabilities use documents, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, characteristics of an accessible document, and a hands on, interactive approach into creating an accessible document. (Approx: 60 Min)
This interactive demonstration includes key best practices for creating PowerPoint presentations that are accessible to people with disabilities. (Approx: 30 Min)
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This course seeks to help everyone understand the magnitude of the disability community, provide a better understanding of proper language to use when addressing people with disabilities, and address etiquette considerations. (Approx: 120 Min)
This course will cover how to make social media content more accessible to everyone and why it’s worth doing. (Approximate time: 60 Min)
This course goes on a journey through the history of the ADA. We will summarize the history of Civil Rights Laws and the ADA in the United States, recognize the five titles of the ADA and its enforcement agencies, define disability, and examine rights and responsibilities of people with disabilities. (Approximate time: 60 Min)
Julie Alexander, Access Consultant and LPC from Purdue University, provides an introduction to the Social Justice Models of Disability at NCORE.
This pre-recorded webinar has closed captions and was provided by the Community Integrated Network of Oregon (CINO) and Oregon Office on Disability and Health (OODH). This webinar reviews disability, access, and inclusion and information in the guidebook published to provide strategies for access & inclusion in healthcare (found below).
This course defines service animals and the rights and responsibilities of service animal handlers under the ADA, as well as the differences between service animals, emotional support animals, and therapy animals. (Approximate time: 60 Min Total)
An overview of disability accommodations, resources, and regulations in medical education with Dr. Lisa Meeks, Assistant Professor for the Dept of Family Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School & Director of Disability Education.
Report of research conducted by the AAMC in March 2018 of Lived Experiences of Learners and Physicians with Disabilities Identifying cultural and structural barriers and catalyzing institutional policies that support all qualified learners, regardless of disability, throughout the medical education continuum is a worthy and essential goal.