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Where can I learn more about accessibility?

The Forest Service Accessibility Program Website contains Forest Service accessibility guidelines and guidebooks for outdoor recreation and trails, ski areas, incident facilities, exhibits, and wilderness as well as other information about accessibility and links to accessibility laws, regulations, and policies. 

The Accessibility Program internal Forest Service website (available only from Forest Service and BLM computers) includes links to other accessibility web sites and to on-line training.

The PATHFINDERS internal Forest Service website (available only from Forest Service and BLM computers) provides information to all employees about disability issues.

The USDA TARGET Center  Website was established to ensure that all USDA employees have safe and equal access at work by assessing, educating, and advocating for the integration of assistive technology and worksite accommodations.

The United States Access Board Website contains information on national accessibility guidelines, standards, research, publications, and training.

The GSA Accessibility Website  provides information about accessibility requirements for buildings owned and managed by the General Services Administration, the "landlord" for the Federal Government.

The GSA Section 508 Website contains information about requirements for electronic and information technology accessibility.

Disability.Gov is a Website dedicated to connecting people with disabilities to information and opportunities.

The Website of the National Center on Accessibility provides research, technical assistance and education focused on universal design and practical accessibility solutions to create inclusive recreation opportunities for people of all abilities.


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