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Resources – Accessibility and Communication – People with Disabilities

This guide will help individuals plan, navigate, and create accessible meetings, events, and conferences. It includes information on planning accessible events including site selection, pre-event registration and communication, meeting room layouts and other considerations, audio visual components, food and beverage service, accommodations for specific disability types, tips for presenters and attendees, and more.
This guide provides information to assist in making temporary events like races, farmer's markets, and other community or organizational events accessible to people with disabilities. It includes information on site selection and modification, publicizing the event, logistics, prepping staff and volunteers, and additional resources.
This website contains information and resources about ADA regulations, including for materials for specific settings or services.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Disability and Health Branch website has information and resources for persons with disabilities, their families, service providers, and healthcare providers.
This toolkit shares examples of successful inclusive public health smoking cessation programs and campaigns.
This factsheet is part of an "Aging Well with a Physical Disability Factsheet Series" and provides tips and information to help individuals get the most out of their visit to a health care provider. It includes sections discussing what to expect during health care visits; tips for preparing for the visit, asking questions during the visit, and follow up; and additional resources.