Accessibility Center for Electronic Information Resources

Overview

Accessibility means providing equal access to information and services regardless of a user's physical or developmental abilities or impairments. HHS employees are required by law to ensure that any electronic information or technology resources that are created or purchased are accessible.

This website includes resources to help agencies meet requirements governing the accessibility of electronic information including policy information, training resources, and accessibility guidelines and testing checklists.

Recent Updates

  • Updated to remove DARS References 3/21/2017

Accessibility Training

Accessibility Training for Microsoft Office

HHS participated with several other state agencies to create Accessibility Training for MS Office 2007-2016. These short lessons each cover a single accessibility topic for a Microsoft Office Program (Word, Excel, PPT) and are avialable from the governor's website.

The HHS Accessibility Team loacate