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Register today for TechAccessOK 2017 in Midwest City, Oklahoma on October 17, 2017! Join us for a day of teaching, learning and networking with local and national technology accessibility experts! Registration and details are available now!
Thank you to our TechAccessOK sponsors: The Oklahoma State Department of Education, the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services, iPro Oklahoma, SiteImprove and the Southwest ADA Center!
Each October we have an opportunity to focus more energy to making sure that we include people with disabilities in our workforce. National Disability Employment Awareness Month runs the month of October. Learn about activities and ideas that you can take advantage of.
EdTech magazine writes about the opportunities that accessible classroom technology has to include more students with disabilities in vital Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) coursework. With such an emphasis on STEM education in Oklahoma and the increasing demand for STEM graduates, including students with disabilities in these programs is as vital as ever.
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) provides Searchable Online Accommodation Resource, or SOAR. SOAR is a web-based widget that lets you find accommodation ideas quickly and easily. SOAR is a great resource for anyone that needs some ideas about how to best accommodate Job Seekers in any phase of employment or in providing services directly through Oklahoma Works.
ABLE Tech staff can also assist with workplace AT ideas and short term loans. Check out ABLE Tech’s Access for All Weekly Tips!
Oklahoma ABLE Tech is a federally funded Assistive Technology Act Program serving Oklahoma. ABLE Tech provides training and technical assistance to Oklahoma state agencies, higher education, and CareerTech to help ensure that Oklahomans have full access to services, education, and employment opportunities. ABLE Tech’s role includes collaboration with the Office of Management and Enterprise Services to assist with the oversight and implementation of Oklahoma’s Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility law and standards. Learn more about the Workforce System training and technical assistance on the Oklahoma ABLE Tech website, or by calling Oklahoma ABLE Tech at 800.257.1705.
The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home. DRS partners with numerous state groups, organizations and employers to provide Oklahomans with disabilities enhanced services. DRS is committed to Access for All in overcoming barriers to employment and services for consumers with disabilities statewide.
To connect to the DRS office in your area call 800.487.4042 or visit the Office Locator page.