Here are some links to resources to improve accessibility in the workplace!
- ADA at UAMS
- This site is the UAMS home for ADA-related content, including guidance for requesting accommodations. For specific questions related to ADA issues at UAMS, please email email@example.com.
- House of Delegates Feedback Form
- The House of Delegates feedback form is available to all UAMS employees and students to share feedback and/or recommendations for improvements on UAMS campus, such as safety, facility conditions, awards & recognitions, health & wellness options, events, culture & experience, communication, etc
- Institute for Digital Health & Innovation’s Brain Injury Program’s Resource Directory
- A list of disability resources compiled specifically for the Institute for Digital Health & Innovation’s Brain Injury Program, but applicable to many other disabled populations.
- Disability Rights Arkansas
- Disability Rights Arkansas is our local protection and advocacy agency.
- Arkansas Division of Workforce Services
- Arkansas Division of Workforce Services is the go-to for work supports. They can help anyone with a disability receive the proper accommodations. They can act as an intermediary between an employee and employer, and also serve as a job coach. Their programs span statewide, and they don’t just offer career resources. They also offer independent living services to ensure people have what they need, whether that’s in-home therapy, meal prep, or organizing finances.
- Then Job Accommodation Network (JAN):
- JAN is a free resource for information on job accommodations and disability employment issues from qualified experts.
- Tips on Accessible Travel
- A list of resources for those with disabilities looking to travel.
- 12 Tips to Create Inclusive & Accessible Hybrid Meetings
- This list can help you think through ways to make online and virtual work meetings more accessible for a wide variety of people with disabilities
- Tips for Accessible Onboarding
- This toolkit provides several tips to make an employer’s onboarding process more accessible in 3 phases: 1) before onboarding; 2) in the first few days on the job; and 3) as new employees learn their role.
- Accommodations to consider for students with autism/ADHD
- A list of 24 adjustments professors can consider to make their class more disability-friendly
- How to Design Accessible Scientific Meetings and Conferences
- This toolkit within a toolkit from the Disability Health Research Center at Johns Hopkins University provides detailed guidance on making meetings more accessible.
- Disability through the Lens of Accessibility
- This panel discussion from the Disability Subcommittee from October 2022 includes speakers discussing accessibility issues at work and tips for making your documents more accessible.
If you have an accessibility resource you would like to add to the toolkit, or if you are looking for an accessibility resource not already in the toolkit, please let us know using this form: https://redcap.link/uamsaccessibilitytoolkit