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Accessibility Guide: Announcements and Flyers

This link explains how event and training flyers can become accessible. "It’s important they are accessible for people to read and find out about your program. Announcements also should give people the opportunity to request accommodations." This Accessibility guide offers tips and example language on content, format, style, and delivery method.

The Maine Department of Labor

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Posted by: kplieg on Wed Oct 12, 2011 at 7:32 p.m.

Information presented provides good content areas to look at to ensure accessibility of flyers, but does not break the areas down into manageable components. Overall has good information, but the information is very limited.

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"Advancing employment opportunities and expectations for people with disabilities strengthens not only America's economy, but our moral fiber. It creates a more inclusive America, one where every person is recognized for his or her accomplishments — and that should be our goal not just on Labor Day but every day."

Assistant Secretary Kathy Martinez, Office of Disability Employment Policy, September 7, 2009