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Campus group to promote accessibility at KU
Offers services and programs to assist students in their academic success.
The ADA Resource Center for Equity and Accessibility is responsible for promoting an accessible and inclusive campus. This site contains information and links for employees to learn about employment accommodations, campus accessibility, and available accessibility-related trainings.
Reading and information service for the visually impaired.
Provides affordable, quality mental health care to children, adolescents, and famiies of the Lawrence community and surrounding areas.
Provides resources and information about how to create accessible online content.
CAPS can help students with issues related to adjusting to college and other psychological, interpersonal, and family problems. Individual, couple, and group sessions are available.
Conducts research to inform health and disability policy, with the goal of improving access to quality care for all people, particularly those with disabilities or chronic illness.
Provides equipment to persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, or have other sensory or mobility impairments that interfere with conventional access to telecommunications.
List of services available to persons with disabilities in the Library system.
Each Center of the Life Span Institute draws together researchers from diverse fields and backgrounds with the common goal of investigating specific problems of human development, disabilities, and aging.
Group of graduates who act as change agents and develop cultural awareness.
Features of inclusiveness withing the KU Recreation Services.
Low cost out-patient mental health service.
Comprehensive services to people with communicative disorders.
To make event requests, use this Interpreter/CART Request Form.
Group for students on the autism spectrum to connect with peers and promote education about autism to the campus.
TRIO programs provide educational opportunities for low-income individuals, first-generation college-bound students, and disabled Americans.