ONI Main: 503-823-4519
City/County Info: 503-823-4000
1221 SW 4th Ave, Suite 110, Portland, OR 97204
Hello and welcome! I'm Joanne, the Office of Neighborhood Involvement's (ONI's) Disability Program Coordinator.
I’d like to introduce to you the Access Tip of the Month. I will post one tip each month to accompany us all in our journeys to truly accessible and just spaces and practices.
Please know that this isn’t everything you need to know about access or creating inclusive space; it’s more like an accessibility factoid or conversation starter. (On that note, feel free to reach out and ask questions or start an access and disability justice conversation with me any time!) I can be reached at email@example.com or 503-823-9970.
Using a microphone at your meetings and events not only supports people who are hard of hearing
How do I get disability-related accommodation requests, and what do I do once I get one? There are a few simple things we can all be doing to make our events and programs more accessible. One of these is knowing how to seek out and honor accommodation requests.
Accessible Restrooms: More than Grab Bars. An accessible restroom is essential to hosting an accessible community event, meeting, or training.
Add an image description to your documents to enhance access to your information. Adding a brief image description below the logos makes them accessible to people who use screen reading software, people who may need support to process images AND people whose email software does not display images.