We here at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center strive to create an accessible and welcoming space for those with disabilities. Our center is an older building but through renovations and modifications we have worked to make our space as accessible as possible.
- A Guide to Planning Accessible Meetings
- Accessing Home and Community-Based Services: A Guide for Self-Advocates
- Financial Assistance for Disabled Homeowners and Tenants
- Guide to Home Modifications for People with Disabilities
- Help Colleagues with Disabilities Succeed in Meetings
- Increasing Neurodiversity in Disability and Social Justice Advocacy Group
- Simplifying Online Shopping for People with Disabilities
- How Disability-Friendly is Your City?
- Rental Housing Rights for Disabled Tenants
- Resources for Business Owners with Disabilities
- 5 Ways to Make Your Web Content More Neurodiversity Inclusive
- 6 Tips for Improving Website Accessibility
Disability Rights Organizations
- Accessibility Partners
Accessibility Partners is a small, woman-owned business. We work with government agencies and organizations of all sizes to improve their accessibility posture by providing distinctive and powerful solutions for their specific needs. Our team of consultants, test engineers, and trainers will work together with you to create innovative and practical accessibility solutions.
- Ability Resources
Ability Resources is an nonprofit agency with a mission of helping individuals of all ages and backgrounds, with disabilities attain and maintain their personal independence. We provide all of our services at no charge to the client.
ADAPT is a national grass-roots community that organizes disability rights activists to engage in nonviolent direct action, including civil disobedience, to assure the civil and human rights of people with disabilities to live in freedom."
- Autistic Self-Advocacy Network
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization run by and for autistic people. ASAN was created to serve as a national grassroots disability rights organization for the autistic community run by and for autistic Americans, advocating for systems change and ensuring that the voices of autistic people are heard in policy debates and the halls of power.
- LEAD Center
The LEAD Center’s work focuses on promoting innovation in policy, employment and economic advancement to advance individual and systems level change for all people with disabilities. The LEAD Center provides policy research and recommendations, training and technical assistance as well as demonstration projects designed to break down silos in existing systems, processes and practices, and foster wider understanding, adoption and integration of next-generation employment practices in both the public and private sector.
- Mobility International USA
Founded in 1981, Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a disability-led non-profit organization headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, USA advancing disability rights and leadership globally. By implementing innovative programs, we are building bridges to create a new era where people with disabilities will take their rightful place in the world community. MIUSA is a cross-disability organization serving people with a broad range of disabilities.
- National Council on Independent Living
NCIL advances independent living and the rights of people with disabilities. NCIL envisions a world in which people with disabilities are valued equally and participate fully.
- National Disability Institute
The mission of National Disability Institute is to drive social impact to build a better economic future for people with disabilities and their families. We envision an environment where people with disabilities have the same opportunities to achieve financial stability and independence as people without disabilities.
TSHA - Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access provides a variety of services to those who are deaf, hard of hearing, affected by hearing loss or simply have an interest. TSHA's goal is to increase the independence of people with hearing loss.
If you are looking for an ASL Interpreter here in Tulsa, you can request one here.
Visitability.org is hosted by the National Council on Independent Living and collects resources and information about visitability.