For information about our policy, please read the Department of Economic Opportunity’s Policy on Program Accessibility and Services to Individuals with Disabilities. This document also provides contact assistance for individuals with hearing and speech impairments.
Employees, applicants, or customers who wish to submit a request for reasonable accommodations should do so using the Reasonable Accommodation Request Form | Español | Kreyòl. This form is also available by contacting the OCR by telephone, in writing, or email.
You may use the Florida Relay to contact us by dialing 711. Instructions on how to use the Florida Relay are provided in the above link.
We provide several accessibility checklists to help you understand state and federal accessibility requirements.
More Resources and Technical Assistance
The Access Board
Find information and technical assistance about accessible design and more.
This is a training and staff-development tool as well as a reference guide for serving individuals with disabilities in the One-Stop system. It is published by the Institute for Community Inclusion, Children's Hospital and the University of Massachusetts (Boston).
Find a wealth of information and links compiled by the U.S. Department of Justice.
This is the U.S. government’s website that provides comprehensive disability-related information and resources.
The place to start searching for information available about everything from accessible design to travel and transportation and more.
Technical assistance for individuals, business, government, other employers, and vocational-rehabilitation professionals on requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and other disability laws.
The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST) promotes a seamless and supportive partnership between Florida business and government. Their mission is to provide assistive technology products and services that will enable persons with disabilities to participate in independent living, education, work and recreation throughout life.
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) provides information to employers about job-accommodation options and practical solutions.
This plan outlines DEO’s strategy for ensuring that LEP individuals obtain meaningful access to the services and programs funded by the United States Department of Labor (USDOL).
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