Sensory Impairments: Employer Resources – Wisconsin
04/13/2007 | 236 Requests *
Wisconsin developed this project to improve work opportunities for students with sensory impairments by educating employers. The first document is a resource guide on low-cost workplace accommodations, with a focus on assistive technology. The second presents the findings of a statewide employer survey on accommodations and trainings used. The final document is the year-end MIG report for the project.
- Assistive Technology Guide PDF (247K, 8 pages)
- Survey Report PDF (1,485K, 61 pages)
- MIG Report PDF (242K, 5 pages)
Community Inclusion; Assistive Technology; sensory impairments; job accommodations; ADA; Americans with Disabilities Act; Blind and Visually Impaired; screen readers; Voice Recognition Software; deaf, deafblind, or hard of hearing;
Accessibility, Employment Programs, Medicaid Infrastructure Grant (MIG), Physical Disabilities
Reports, Surveys, Training materials
Grantee produced, Wisconsin
Wisconsin, All States/Territories
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* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007