References

The following organizations were used as references to develop this website.

Office of Civil Rights — King County, Washington
Office of Human Resources — North Dakota State University

JAN — Job Accommodation Network

Accommodation and Compliance Series: Employees with vision impairments
Technical assistance manual: Title I of the ADA

Accommodating your employees: Easy ways to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Disability Etiquette Handbook — City of San Antonio

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