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Organizations and Helpful Links
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Studies the prevalence of developmental disabilities and identifies risk factors and possible causes of developmental delays to ensure individuals and families can access services and support they need.
Described and Captioned Media Program
Promotes and provides students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind with accessible educational media to ensure their academic success.
National Center on Accessible Educational Materials
Provides resources and technical assistance for educators, parents, students, and others for use in K-12 learning, post-secondary education, and workforce development.
Offers a variety of free newspapers and magazines to anyone who is blind, visually impaired, or print-disabled.
Wyoming Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) Clearinghouse
Collaborates with Wyoming school districts to make educational materials accessible to students with disabilities.
Wyoming Talking Books Program
Provides free audio and braille library services to Wyoming residents who are unable to read regular print material due to visual, physical, or reading disabilities.
GoWyld.net Resources with accessibility features
The In Context suite includes Biography In Context, Student Resources In Context, and World History In Context.
EBSCO resources include the ReadSpeaker that allows for text adjustments as well as Enhanced Text Visibility.
Medline Plus includes audio descriptions for their health videos.
The Wyoming State Library (WSL) and Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources (WATR) are in collaboration to increase the awareness of assistive technology and its benefits throughout Wyoming.
Niche Academy Assistive Technology Toolkits
The WSL and WATR created and distributed one to each public and academic library system in the state. These kits contain examples of low-tech assistive technology. Assistive Technology (AT) Toolkit
To find out more about the items click on the links below.
Niche Academy AT Tutorials
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