Access & Acommodations 

 

Arkansas Kidney Disease Commission (AKDC) provides assistance to Arkansans who have been diagnosed with end-stage renal disease requiring regular kidney dialysis treatment.  More >

Governor's Commission on People with Disabilities assists the governor of Arkansas in designing and responding to policies affecting people with disabilities and participates in scholarship and leadership programs for youth with disabilities.  More >

Increasing Capabilities Access Network (ICAN) provides assistive technology (AT) equipment, information, ad training to Arkansans with disabilities to help them live more independently. More >

Assistive Technology @ Work (AT@Work) assists vocational rehabilitation counselors in selecting assistive technology for Arkansas Rehabilitation Services (ARS) clients.   More >

Learning and Evaluation Center provides  diagnostic and educationally focused psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for individuals referred by VR field counselors. More >

Rehabilitation Initial Diagnosis and Assessment for Clients provides psychological and medical assessment and consultative services for individuals referred by VR field counselors. More >

Supported Housing Office assists ARS clients in obtaining affordable permanent, and when needed, accessible, housing.  More >

Telecommunications Access Program (TAP) provides free telecommunication equipment to eligible Arkansans who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, or who have a speech, visual, mobility, or intellectual impairment. TAP removes the barriers to telecommunication access through the provision of accessible communication technology.  More>

Stay at Work/Return to Work (SAW/RTW) is designed to provide support to employers when assisting employees that experience injury or illness that results in disability in remaining at work or returning to work as soon as it is safe and medically feasible. More>