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Disability Awareness Month: Sharing tips each Monday

October 02, 2020

National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is a national campaign held in October that raises awareness about employment issues for disabled people, and celebrates the many and varied contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. With this in mind, the University's Accessibility Committee will be sharing a tip each Monday.

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Accessibility Podcast Series: Setting Up ADA Accommodations

September 27, 2019

Throughout Fall 2019, Webster University’s Accessibility Committee will be coordinating with campus and community partners to produce a series of podcasts focused on providing access to students with disabilities. The podcast is a great source of information for the whole Webster community. The new episode of the series, "Setting Up ADA Accommodations," is now available. Give it a listen to learn more about accessing accommodations as a student with a disability at Webster University.

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Disability Awareness Month Tips: Supporting and obtaining student access

October 17, 2018

The Accessibility Committee and the Academic Resource Center (ARC) are providing weekly disability and accessibility tips this month for Disability Awareness Month. Tip 3: Supporting and obtaining student access. Students and faculty can follow this guide to help navigate through the processes of obtaining and supporting students’ access to their educations at Webster University.

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Roll through teams will navigate areas of campus using a wheelchair.

Engage in Campus Accessibility with 'Roll Through' March 14-18

March 11, 2016

The Accessibility Committee invites you to experience firsthand the challenges confronting people with disabilities in daily campus life by taking part in a roll through. Roll through teams will navigate specific areas of campus and campus buildings using a wheelchair. See the schedule and locations and RSVP to Judy Geczi.

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