Youth and Job Services
Public transportation help and job searches
Technology, Training, & other Technology assistance
Northwest Access Fund (Loans to purchase assistive technology, adapted vehicles, and home modifications)
Low Vision Aids and Devices
Alberta Orr and Priscilla Rogers
Lylas and Marja Mogk
directed by Joseph Lovett
Sighted/Human Guide Resources
Video by The American Foundation for the Blind
The Tandem Project
Supporting people with sight loss
|Talking Books and BrailleThe Washington Talking Book & Braille Library is a free program of the Washington State Library and the Library of Congress. Located in Seattle, the WTBBL provides library services at the library, by mail, and by download to any Washington resident unable to read standard print material due to visual impairment or physical disability. Phone 800-542-0866 or visit wtbbl.org.|
Accessibility Phone numbers
Amazon’s Accessibility Customer Service
Call to speak with an accessibility specialist who can help you buy books and other products, or get you directly to tech support for Amazon devices and services including Alexa, Kindle & Fire Tablet. Hands raised triumphantly for accessible and inclusive smartphones.
Audible Support: 888-283-5051.
Apple Accessibility Support Line
For users of Apple’s iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple Watch, or Mac – this is a gift. It is a special support line reserved for customers with vision, hearing, motor, and learning impairments. Senior AppleCare specialists are available 24/7 to help you get your Accessibility Settings right, answer your questions, and resolve your technical issues. They’ll even teach you a thing or two.
National Center for Citizens with Disabilities (NCCD)
This is where wireless customers with vision loss get answers to questions about accessibility features and services available from AT&T.
Direct line to a dedicated team, specially trained to support customers who rely on accessibility services including voice guidance and video description.
To request a call back, from a Google Disability support specialist, complete this online form.
Call an accessibility specialist at Google through the BeMyEyes app on a smartphone or tablet. Click the ‘Specialized Help’ button on the app’s home page, select Google in the Technical tab.
Google Technical Support: 855-971-9121 may (or may not) be able to help with accessibility questions, depends on the specialist you connect with.
HP Accessibility Support
Technical support for customers with accessibility needs, pertaining to HP (Hewlett Packard) products, available from 6am to 9pm Mountain Time.
LinkedIn Disability Answer Desk
Call on Be My Eyes app
Contact an accessibility specialist at the LinkedIn Disability Answer Desk through the Be My Eyes app, on a smartphone or tablet; click the Specialized Help button on the apps home page, then select Technical to get to LinkedIn.
Microsoft Disability Answer Desk
800-936-5900 or the Be My Eyes app
The features you need to make your PC ‘vision friendly’ are built right into Windows – unfortunately, many people don’t know that. Microsoft recognized this as a significant problem and put in place a support team specialized in accessibility. So dial them up and get your computer set up to work for you (not against you). And, to make it even easier on yourself — allow them remote access to your PC and they can make the adjustments.
The Accessibility Team at Peloton will answer your questions and give you a call, if you request it by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
T-Mobile has an Accessibility Support web page. It says, “T-Mobile will provide accessible support for wireless network service and billing inquiries. Please contact our Accessibility Customer Care at 1-833-428-1785 if you have any questions or need special assistance. For additional support, please contact Customer Care.”
Spectrum Accessibility Support
Call this support line to learn about and take advantage of Spectrum cable accessibility accommodations.
Call on Be My Eyes app
Get help from your smartphone or tablet with any questions you may have about Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming service. Speak to a trained customer service specialist on BME; go to Specialized Help, Technical, then Spotify.
Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities
Free 411 for your home phone and for your mobile phone. Get your bills in the format of your choice…large print or digital. They can help you with anything else pertaining to your home phone service.
Verizon Wireless National Accessibility Center
It can sometimes be challenging to get information about accessibility features that make your mobile phone, or tablet, work for you. Questions about enlarging text, using voice commands effectively, or using the screen reader, often remain unanswered when posed to your store representative. That should be the case no more – now there is a customer service and technical support center dedicated to helping people maximize the accessibility features built into all of Verizon’s mobile devices. Let them help you get your device set just right for you, from 8am – 9pm EST, Monday – Friday.
Call on Be My Eyes app
Get help, on a smartphone or tablet, registering to vote, checking your registration status, and requesting a mail-in ballot. On BME, go to Specialized Help on the home page, then Civic Engagement, then select vote.org.
We will continue adding Accessibility Support services as we discover them. Please let us know if you know of any before we do, and we’ll share by posting