Disability Resources

Collection of four symbols representative of physical and cognitive accessibility: a person using a wheelchair, a human brain, hands using sign language, and a person walking with a cane.Serving People with Disabilities

  • Disability Accommodation Requests (for program participants, employees and applicants)
    The Division of Extension is committed to creating an accessible, inclusive, and equitable experience for all program participants. In partnership with the McBurney Disability Resource Center at UW-Madison campus, the division evaluates and responds to requests for disability accommodation(s) by following an interactive, confidential, and individualized process, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Inclusive Practices Through a Disability Lens, Heather Stelljes, MS, Access Consultant
    • Explore the definition and demographics of disability
    • Apply different models of disability to the formal accommodation request process
    • Examine principles of Universal Design of Learning and how they inform inclusive program planning
  • UW-Madison Information Technology “Make it Accessible” Guides
  • Creating accessible program materials
  • Canva Use in Extension (KnowledgeBase document providing guidance for the use of Canva graphic design software by staff at UW-Madison Division of Extension.)