Disability and Access (D&A) is dedicated to providing information and raising awareness in regards to disability related issues. We do this by participating in information fairs on campus as well as by giving presentation to various groups on campus and in the community at large. Below are descriptions of the presentations that are most commonly requested. However, we are always willing to work with individuals to customize our outreach efforts to meet their needs. Please read over the descriptions below and complete and submit the online request form so that we can begin to work with you in raising awareness.
Disability Advocate Program The Disability Advocate Programs takes partners on campus who are ready and willing and provides them with knowledge, tools, and skills to be able to work more effectively and confidently with people with disabilities. The Disability Advocate program promotes understanding and awareness about disabilities in order to create a more inclusive environment for people with disabilities at the University of Texas at Austin. The Disability Advocate training is offered in three different versions to meet the needs of diverse audiences. Learn more about the Disability Advocate Training Options.
Introduction to D&A: This presentation is an overview of D&A and the UT students we serve. It will provide information about various student disabilities as well as accommodations that are commonly approved for them. We will also provide suggestions for working with students that you believe have a disability and appropriate referrals to our office. Case studies can be included for more practical application of information provided.
Unable to attend or host a training or presentation? Check out the online training modules available under our Resource Library.
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