Self Advocacy Kits
Sometimes, self-advocacy is the answer.
When it comes to accessibility, those who are in need of it for themselves, or on behalf of another, aren’t strangers to jumping in with self-advocacy to achieve it.
We understand, and we’re here to help.
Knowing your Rights
Accessibility isn’t a favor; it is a right to inclusivity. As such, organizations have obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 508 to commit to an accessible environment for both employees and end users alike. A big example of this is an organization’s responsibility to provide reasonable accommodations at the request of employees with disabilities. A prime example of a reasonable accessibility accommodation can be found within all of our products. If there is one thing our products have in common, it is the fact that they provide a fully accessible interface while also being fully usable by a mainstream audience.
In this case, self advocacy serves two purposes:
- Requesting reasonable accommodations
- Making an organization aware that an accessible solution exists
A self advocacy kit greatly simplifies the process of advocating for one of our products. We provide all the information you need in the form of customizable letter templates for a variety of different scenarios.
For End Users
We provide letter templates that can be sent to supervisors or HR staff. They provide all the information needed to make your case.
Our letter templates are an excellent tool for supervisors who may not have firsthand experience with our products.
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