Planning Inclusive Events
- A quick printable tip sheet about planning universally designed events is available at the Black Disabled and Proud website (it includes resources for being inclusive of different religions and English language learners)
- The Southeast ADA Center has a list of resources and an episode of ADA Live! about accessible conferences (a transcript is provided).
- Composing Access is a multi-media guide to inclusive conference preparation for both presenters and organizers.
- A guide to planning inclusive events, seminars, and activities , published by the Disability Cultural Center at Syracuse University
- A guide for "How NOT to Plan Disability Conferences," with strong language from autistic disability activist Lydia Brown
- Tips for making presentations accessible - for event planners and speakers, from the Web Accessibility Initiative
- Information about color communication badges from the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network
- Information about Captioning and CART is available from the National Court Reporter Association or in the video about CART - note that video has captions but not audio description.
- A new approach to Disability Awareness and "Simulations" from AHEAD - video has captions but no audio description
- "Crip for a Day...." Research article on the negative effect of "disability simulations"
Video from the Web version of this publication:
Communication Access Realtime Translation: CART Services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People: https://www.youtube.com/embed/qn4B0gyDosA
A video about CART