Accessibility graphic of person in wheelchair holding laptop computer.

Accessibility Information and Resources for Individuals with Disabilities

Our Website accessibility policies page

Zoom meetings hot keys and keyboard shortcuts - Zoom accessibility features

Disability services in our public service research rooms

Disability Information and Referral Center

The Disability Information and Referral Center of the Talking Book Program houses information and materials on types of disabilities and health conditions, as well as related organizations, publications, products, and technology. This is a free reference service provided for anyone with a disability-related question.

Talking Book Program

The Talking Book Program is a free service that loans books and magazines to people who cannot read standard print publications because of visual, physical or reading disabilities.

Resize the text on this website

In the event you would like to further adjust your font size please refer to the tips in the above page for your specific web browser. Note that some web pages may display incorrectly if you increase or decrease the text size.

Free Adobe PDF Reader software

Obtain free Adobe PDF Reader software from the Adobe site.

Accessing PDF Documents with Assistive Technology: A Screen Reader User's Guide (PDF)

A user's guide to the Adobe Screen Reader from the Adobe site.

Editing Google Docs Using a Screen Reader - Accessibility for Docs Editors

Facebook Help Center Accessibility Tips Page

The Facebook Help Section Accessibility for People with Disabilities Page.

U.S. Access Board YouTube Channel

Videos on accessibility that the U.S. Access Board has developed as part of its online guide to the ADA and ABA Accessibility Standards.

Alternative Formats and Disability

TSLAC welcomes comments on how to improve the Web site's accessibility for users with disabilities. If site visitors using assistive technology find that the format of any material on the agency Web site interferes with their ability to access the information, they should contact the Accessibility Coordinator. The e-mail to the Accessibility Coordinator should include:

  • Nature of the accessibility problem
  • Preferred format in which to receive the material
  • Web address of the requested material
  • Contact information for the site visitor

Further information on accommodations and resources for persons with disabilities can be found at the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities website at

Page last modified: July 29, 2020