Georgia Tech Microsite UPDATE: COVID-19 Accessible Resources for People with Disabilities

New Resources Posted!

American Sign Language (ASL) Videos are now available!

Click here to view.

Don’t forget about the other resources that are available to you now!

Easy to Read/Simplified Text documents are available.

Click here to learn more and to access these files.

More Braille resources have been posted.

Click here to learn more about Braille resources and how to request embossed braille documents.

Webinars and Trainings Archives have been updated.

Click here to visit the Webinars & Training page to access archives.

Additional Resources have been included.

Click here to access additional resources including project articles and publications.

The COVID-19 Accessible Materials for People with Disabilities project is funded by the CDC Foundation using funds from its donors and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides technical assistance. Led by the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) at Georgia Tech, this project focuses on delivering accessible messages of critical health importance about COVID-19 to people with disabilities, their families, and caregivers. The target audiences for translations of COVID-19 guidance are individuals who have limited mobility or are blind, deaf or have limited literacy skills resulting from a variety of factors. The alternative formats include simplified text documents, videos in American Sign Language (ASL), and both digital and embossed braille.

Please continue to share information about this project, the website, and all of these accessible materials. Your outreach is needed to ensure that our communities are receiving this important, timely information.

If you have any questions or would like more information about the project in general, please contact