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Employment Resources | Reasonable Accommodations Resources

Employment Resources

Reasonable Accommodations Resources

Information on Reasonable Accommodation:

Information and Assistance in Selecting an Appropriate Reasonable Accommodation

  • Jobs Accommodation Network - a free consulting service that provides information about job accommodations, the ADA, and the employability of people with disabilities. 1-800-526-7234 (V/TTY)

  • California's AT Network - is dedicated to expanding the accessibility of tools, resources and technology that will help increase independence, improve personal productivity and enhance the quality of life for all Californians. 916-325-1690 (v) or 916-325-1695 (tty)

  • Cornell University: Disability & HR: Tips for HR Professionals - This site features articles, checklists, a glossary, and links to useful resources to help Human Resource professionals accommodate applicants and employees with disabilities in accordance with the ADA.

    Voice: (607) 255-2906
    Fax: (607) 255-2763
    TTY: (607) 255-2891
    Email: ILR_ped@cornell.edu
    Website(s):

  • Abledata - Sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education, ABLEDATA's primary mission is to provide information on assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources to consumers, organizations, professionals, and caregivers within the United States. The database contains over 17,000 assistive technology products.

  • Trace Research and Development Center - Trace is a research center at the University of Wisconsin - Madison which focuses on making off the shelf technologies and systems such as computers, the Internet, and information kiosks more accessible for everyone through the process known as universal, or accessible design. Trace's mission is partly funded through the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), which is part of the U.S. Department of Education.