- Accessibility Guide: A toolkit for accessible communications in the workplace (public use)
- Accessibility Guide: A toolkit for accessible communications in the workplace (state government use)
- Accessible Information Exchange: Meeting on a Level Playing Field
This publication focuses on planning and conducting meetings and events that are accessible to people with disabilities.
- Be My Eyes
An app that connects blind people with volunteer helpers from around the world via live video chat.
- Capitol Access Guide
Information about accessibility in the state capitol
- Consumer Affairs - Hearing Aids Guide
Over 36 million Americans experience some degree of hearing loss, and hearing aids – small sound amplification devices worn inside or around a person’s ear – are one of the most common ways people manage it.
DeafLEAD provides a videophone crisis line for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals 24/7/365
- Missouri Assistive Technology
Provides assistive technology services and resources for community living, employment, and daily living.
Free wireless services for individuals who are low-income; 800-SAFELINK
A mobile camera application designed specifically for the blind and visually impaired iOS users.
- Telephone Reader
24 hour free news/media service for people who have difficulty reading print media. Can apply online at www.reader.ku.edu; Phone: 800-335-1221
- The Toolbox Online
Agricultural Tools, Equipment, Machinery, and Buildings for Farmers and Ranchers with Disabilities and Functional Limitations.
- VoiceDial and Directory Assistance, Exemption Program Details
The purpose of this exemption program is to facilitate the completion of wireless calls by customers with disabilities over AT&T facilities.
- Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library
Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library is a free library that serves print-disabled Missourians of all ages who are unable to read standard print materials due to visual impairment, blindness, physical disability or reading disability. Materials may be downloaded or mailed to and from library patrons at their homes for free.