Accessible Events

  • Providing Sign Language Interpretation During Events

    Sign language interpretation is an essential part of ensuring our work to end domestic and sexual violence is equitable, accessible, and inclusive, specifically to Deaf people and communities. Demand for sign language interpretation is rising and expected to grow by...
  • Leveraging Registration to Ensure Access

    Registration is a critical part of any successful event. It provides you with an opportunity to collect information from individuals who will be attending your event about their needs, including accommodation needs.This information will help you to proactively design an...
  • Working with Faculty to Promote Access

    The faculty hired to conduct trainings play a critical role in ensuring the accessibility of your event and, without guidance and support, can unknowingly create barriers to access. You can build that guidance and support into every step of your...
  • Creating Accessible Materials

    Technical assistance providers develop and distribute important resources used in the movement to end domestic and sexual violence. Ensuring the accessibility of the materials, whether print or electronic, depends on choices made throughout the development of the materials. This course...
  • Creating Accessible Online Engagements

    Virtual trainings are cost-effective and accessible means of reaching people with disabilities and Deaf people because they can attend from anywhere. However, to ensure that people with disabilities and Deaf people can fully engage and benefit from the content, online...
  • Budgeting for Accessibility

    When planning events, there are accommodations necessary to ensure that attendees with disabilities and Deaf attendees can fully access and engage with the training and technical assistance. Although many modifications and accommodations have little-to-no cost, some accommodations do have costs...