Nurturing disability-inclusive communities through ethical technology


One in every three households includes someone who has a disability. These individuals and families often struggle to find places in their community where they can successfully shop, eat, and participate in community life. Meanwhile, organizations who want to reach the disability community often struggle with what to do to improve and how to reach out when they offer accommodations.

Accessible Community provides online tools and programs to:

  • Help smaller organizations with limited resources engage and support people with disabilities
  • Empower people with disabilities to be part of the conversation about accessibility in their communities
  • Motivate organizations by making accessibility visible and providing a marketing advantage for being disability-friendly
  • Mature the accessibility profession by increasing communication, education and efficiency

Your Journey Starts Here

Improving accessibility is a journey. If you want your organization to better support people with disabilities but struggle with where to start or how to afford it, start here.

We send out a weekly email with information to help you improve the accessibility of your websites, facilities, events, and social media.

Each week, we give you a quick accessibility tip that you can reasonably complete to better support people with disabilities.

Our Tools

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An online tool for learning about and evaluating the accessibility of social media, websites, facilities, events and procedure.

Without any prior knowledge, I was able to complete an online accessibility evaluation thanks to the Accessible Community’s resources and hands-on assistance.

Jean, Intern

This whole mentorship program is an inspiration and catalyst for my growth and improving my knowledge in this field.

Rashmi, Protege

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A platform for accessibility professionals, local government, communities and organizations to share information and ideas

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Coming soon: An online tool for people with disabilities to find and recommend local organizations and events where they can successfully engage and participate.

I am proud to be part of this community that drives the change toward a more accessible digital world for all people.

Daniela, Ta11y Team

The “a11y” in our tool names stands for accessibility (11 letters between a and y).

Partners and Supporters

Thank you to the organizations that partner with us and support our work in various ways.

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