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Responding to Crime Victims with Disabilities

Resource Directory for Service Providers



Accessible Information Exchange: Meeting on a Level Playing Field

Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice (2009), 18 pages
Guide for businesses including a special focus on the accessibility of a meeting site, with suggestions for the temporary removal of barriers in areas such as parking, building entrance, restrooms, and more.

Making Accessibility Real: A Guide for Planning Meetings, Conferences and Gatherings

Home and Community-Based Services Resource Network, 32 pages
Guide that includes lists of issues for consideration and sample registration form asking participants about special needs.

People First: How to Plan Events Everyone Can Attend

New York Department of Health (2008), 13 pages
Publication providing tips on planning meetings, conferences, and other events in which everyone can participate; includes a check list.