Whether you are a STEM researcher with a disability, someone supervising a student with a disability, or a person just trying to make STEM more accessible and welcoming for people with disabilities, here are a few resources. Most of these assume that students (and not the researchers) have disabilities.
National Organizations Increasing Access to STEM Fields
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Entry Point! program. Search for "disabilities" for more at the AAAS as well.
The Journal of Chemical Health and Safety,focused on students with disabilities in its open access January-February 2016 issue (Volume 23, Issue 1). Pertinent topics are: training blind and visually impaired chemistry students, chemistry and biological research with deaf and hard-of-hearing students, and service dogs in chemistry laboratories.
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