Coming to the hospital and need help getting around? Worried you'll need a wheelchair when you arrive? We can help. We have special services for people with disabilities.
SDAC coordinates services for D/deaf and hard of hearing students, faculty, staff, and visitors for University-sponsored courses, programs, meetings, and events.
- American Sign Language (ASL) to English Interpreting - American Sign Language Request Form (NetBadge login required)
- Captioning - Captioning Request Form (NetBadge login required)
- Live Real Time Captioning Services for classes and events
- Post-production Captioning Services for video and audio material used in/for classes or events
- Assistive Technology such as FM systems
- Other accommodations as appropriate
Discussing disabilities and how people live, work, and thrive with them.
UVA accessibility professionals support and encourage the addition/installation of hearing loop (induction loop) technology as the recommended assistive listening system (ALS) for large venues, auditoriums, classrooms, reception areas, ticket counters, and other appropriate spaces throughout the Academic Grounds, athletic venues, and Health System at the University of Virginia.
The CVAA makes sure that accessibility laws enacted in the 1980s and 1990s are brought up to date with 21st century technologies, including new digital, broadband, and mobile innovations.
The University of Virginia is committed to ensuring that all of its services, programs, and activities are accessible to individuals with disabilities. To that end, the University’s ADA Coordinator has developed these Procedures to ensure that third parties with disabilities, including visitors to the University, know what steps to follow should they need to request reasonable accommodations.
Accessibility Allies are individuals (students, faculty, and staff) who take an intentional role in promoting disability awareness and inclusion on Grounds by learning about the history of disability civil rights, the resources available on Grounds, and disability inclusive and respectful communication.
You can request for your team, group, or department to participate in EOCR's Disability Awareness Presentation by contacting us at [email protected].
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services are coordinated by the Student Disability Access Center (SDAC).
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