Assistive Technology Arizona
Workplace Accessibility Training
"Discover an accessible internet-based resource that can be used by individuals with a disability, professionals, or anyone with an interest in assistive technology to locate services and explore the assistive technology and accommodations that make attending school, being employed and having a career possible."
How to Reach our Program: atarizona.com,
also see Feedback Form on website
Questions? Contact our staff and we will be happy to assist you with basic information and a referral to other State of Arizona resources for more information when needed.
Core program services:
- Training in disability awareness and assistive technology for adults in the workplace
- Training is provided as presentations, hands-on training for individuals, distance learning, and website curriculum and content.
- Training is funded and sponsored by Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) of the State of Arizona. Most training is conducted in Arizona One-Stop Centers and Resource Rooms.
- Information and resources are provided in the Staff Guide, online documents on the supporting website, and through presentations offered to the public, particularly employment specialists and Vocational Rehabilitation counselors. Community members and the public, (especially employers) are invited to attend presentations offered by this program.
Key program guides:
See the Staff Guide, online and available for viewing, printing or download: http://www.atarizona.com/dontpanic.php , and AT at Work in Arizona, online at
http://www.atarizona.com/docs/General/ATatWork2012.rtf Our curriculum is posted as:
http://www.atarizona.com/docs/General/DisabilityAwareCurriculum2012.php and our training schedule is available at: http://www.atarizona.com/schedule-main.php
Best webpages for information on workplace accessibility are in the Photo Collections, AT Kiosk documents, ATAZ documents and videos, and the contact information for the Arizona resource rooms here: http://www.atarizona.com/DB/public/onestops.php
Featured sections of the website include:
Show and Tell pages that give a brief introduction to common assistive technology and accommodations
Links section (over 500 maintained links – workplace accessibility)
Photo Collections: 25+ collections in 5 topic categories
Now that the "here" is explained, let's look into each disability resource category!
- Blind or Visually Impaired
- Deaf or Hard of Hearing
- Ergonomics and Physical Considerations
- AAC, Augmentative Alternative Communication
- LD/Cognitive Challenges
Training is also offered in Computer Skills for Professionals and customized presentations of 1 to 3 hours.