Information Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility Course coming soon!
The AccessText Network Continues to Grow
Newly established prison braille and e-text program at Wheeler Correctional Facility
USG Data Collection Application
Teaching Graduate Alternative  & Augmentative Communication Course for Speech Language  Pathologists (SLP) at the  University of Georgia 
 

AMAC Accessibility provides practical solutions for real challenges faced daily by individuals with disabilities. AMAC offers corporate, governmental and nonprofit memberships for services, including disability compliance consultation, braille, captioning, accessible digital content and assistive technology. Our services are affordable, ensuring your environments become and remain accessible.

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AMAC's highly skilled production team creates textbooks, journals, brochures, and workplace operating manuals in a variety of accessible electronic formats. Whether it's PDF, DOC, DAISY, or HTML, our "produce-once, use-many" model helps keep cost down.

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Guy Toles and Randy Davis

AMAC is leading the way in providing timely, cost-effective, high-quality electronic and embossed Braille and tactile graphics, thanks to the AMAC customization and "produce-once, use-many" reuse model, and innovative partnerships like the PROFITT prison braille program.

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Whether it's live audio content like lectures, speeches and seminars, or recorded audio content like videos and podcasts, AMAC provides a full range of affordable, user-friendly captioning services to help make your classrooms, meetings, labs and other audio environments fully accessible for students, employees and clients who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.

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Audio Description involves the accessibility of visual images present in various forms of multimedia (and other content) for individuals who are blind or have visual impairments. AMAC Accessibility can help turn your videos and multimedia that have important visual content into fully accessible, described media. By adding vivid, succinct, and objective narrated descriptions of prescient visual content between existing sounds and dialogue, we can help ensure that blind and visually impaired persons experience what sighted individuals take for granted.

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AMAC's certified assistive technology team provides assessments, demonstrations, training and technical assistance for education, work, and daily living. Whether it's text-to-speech software to access a digital textbook or training on an augmentative communication device, AMAC AT has you covered.

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AMAC Accessibility Compliance services provides members with consultation, training and technical assistance on a variety of services separate from our E-text, Audio, Braille, and captioning services.

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SAM is the Student Accommodation Manager, a secure, web-based database application that helps postsecondary Disability Service offices manage student accommodation and disability data, case notes, and much more.

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Meet the AMAC accessibility movers and changers

Daphne Brookins

Kenneth Thompson

AT Funding & Resource Specialist

E-Text Accessibility Specialist

Daphne Brookins

Daphne Brookins is the Credit-Able Consumer Liaison with Tools for Life Program. Before joining Credit-Able, she served over 10 years at Emory University in the Sociology Department.

Kenneth Thompson

Ken splits time between the e-text production team and providing coding support for our Student Accommodation Manager (SAM) application.

Kimberli Causby

Liz Persaud

Captionist

Training, Outreach and Development Coordinator

Kimberli Causby

Kimberli's hard work has contributed to the expanding DHH team. She has provided captioning services remotely and in classroom settings. She is planning to pursue a master's degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling.

Liz Persaud

Via educational sessions about maximizing potential through technology, Liz is getting the word out- the focus must be on abilities, not dis. Weekends may find her with a hot cup of tea, catching up on her favorite TV shows.