ADA & IT Technical Assistance Centers are a comprehensive resource for information on the Americans with Disabilities Act and accessible information technology.
The Boston Children’s Museum’s Accessible Social Media guide includes general recommendations and information specific to different platforms.
Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) develops innovative, technology-based educational resources and strategies based on the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Department of Justice ADA Best Practices Toolkit for State and Local Governments is designed to teach state and local government officials how to identify and fix problems that prevent people with disabilities from gaining equal access to state and local government programs, services, and activities. It also provides information on how to conduct accessibility surveys of buildings and facilities to identify and remove architectural barriers to access.
The National Endowment for the Arts’ Office for Accessibility is the advocacy-technical assistance arm of the Arts Endowment to make the arts accessible for people with disabilities, older adults, veterans, and people living in institutions. You can also view the NEA’s new tip sheet for recent changes to the 1991 ADA Act.
The National Arts and Disability Center is the national information dissemination, technical assistance and referral center specializing in the field of arts and disability.
Nicholas Creative has a fantastic resource page on web accessibility with links to a variety of resources and articles.
VSA arts is an international nonprofit organization that seeks to create a society where all people with disabilities learn through, participate in and enjoy the arts.