Category: Accessibility Related Organizations

  • Access Consulting
    • An architectural access and Universal Design consultancy in India that provides design solutions to include people with disabilities as clients and employees. Promotes accessibility in India's construction and design industries.
  • Access Exchange International
    • Access Exchange International is a non-governmental organization promoting accessible public transport for persons with disabilities and seniors in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe.
  • Center for Excellence in Universal Design
    • The Centre is dedicated to the principle of universal access, enabling people in Ireland to participate in a society that takes account of human difference and to interact with their environment to the best of their ability. Website offers content for architects, builders, and designers.
  • Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments
    • GAATES brings together individuals and organizations dedicated to promoting accessibility of electronic and communication technologies and accessibility of the built environment for people with disabilities and older people.
  • Open Source Assistive Technology Software
    • OATSoft is dedicated to improving Assistive Technology and computer accessibility through the power of Open Source development techniques. OATSoft makes the best Open Source Assistive Technology Software (OATS) easy to find. Users and developers meet at OATSoft to create better software.
  • PAMO Volunteers Brief Information
    • Pamo Volunteers is a Non-Governmental Organization that works improve the quality of life of vulnerable and disadvantaged people by enabling them, their families and communities to meet their basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies.
  • Project: Possibility
    • Project:Possibility is a non-profit, community service organization. It is led by individuals of diverse backgrounds and skillsets that share a common goal: to make a powerful difference in the lives of persons with disabilities. The software that is created through this project is open source--made available in entirety to the world, free of charge. Our coding events reach students around the world. We've collaborated with universities across the US, Europe and Asia, spanning a dozen countries. Top computer science students learn how they can use programming to develop innovative software solutions that make a difference.