Accessibility in Virtual Programming
What makes you feel welcome in online programming? How can we help more participants feel included?
Join us for a Panel Conversation on Accessibility in Virtual Programming on Tuesday, March 21 from 1:00-2:30pm on Zoom.
Arlene Romoff, author and advocate for the hearing loss community
Miss Ruth, consultant and advocate for the low vision community
Kris McElroy, artist, author, athlete, volunteer, educator, and advocate for multiple disabilities, including mobility, neurodiversity, speech impairment, and mental health.
Captioning and ASL interpretation will be available. Further accommodations can be requested through the registration form.
Continuing education (CE) credits are available for social workers and LPCs. Please indicate your interest in the registration form.
This event is co-hosted by the Rutgers School of Social Work Hub on Aging Collaboration and Rutgers the Bloustein School of Planning and Policy, in conjunction with the Inclusive Healthy Communities grant program of the NJ Division of Disability Services and Age-Friendly North Jersey. Organized by the Digital Accessibility Working Group.
Questions? Email Althea: firstname.lastname@example.org.