AMAC Accessibility Services

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We Offer Member and Fee-Based Services

AMAC Accessibility and Research, now the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation, is committed to the promotion of technological innovation and the development of user-centered research, products, and services for individuals with disabilities.

We are the Accessible Media Producer (AMP) of higher education materials in Georgia, producing etextbooks, braille, and captioning for students with print disabilities within the University System of Georgia, the Technical College System of Georgia, and private and public colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Our program, Tools for Life, is the Assistive Technology Program for the State of Georgia providing education, expertise, and assistive technology evaluations to individuals of all ages, including partnering with K-12 school systems, the Georgia Department of Education, and the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency. Tools for Life is recognized as a leader in the Assistive Technology field throughout the United States.

We are partners with the State of Georgia ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Coordinator and the Georgia Technology Authority ensuring that the websites, digital content, and online resources of Georgia state government and agencies are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Through our partnership, the Georgia Technology Authority’s GeorgiaGov was nationally recognized for its accessibility initiative.

Our Services Include:

Braille Services produces customized projects from both print materials and electronic text including partial books and chapters or graphics only using cutting-edge technology.

Professional E-Text Producers provide high-quality e-text in many formats such as PDF, DOC, DAISY, and HTML.

Captioning and Audio Description Services makes classrooms, meetings, labs and other audio environments fully accessible for deaf or hard-of-hearing, and includes remote captioning and captioned media.

Certified Assistive Technology Team (TFL) provides on-site and remote assessments, demonstrations, training and technical assistance for education, work, and daily living environments.

Accessibility Compliance focuses on organizational accessibility needs with evaluation, technical assistance, customer support, and website accessibility.

The Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation is an Accessible Media Producer (AMP) registered with NIMAC, the National Instructional Materials Access Center, and the Louis Database of Braille Producers.

For more information on Accessibility Services please visit the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation Accessibility Services Website