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Disability Action Center NW

ACCESSIBILITY FOR NATIVE PEOPLES

Accessibility can mean many things, physical access, attitudinal access, and communication access. And for some that means providing information in different languages. Social Security Administration has published the new Tribal Consultation and Call to Action Plan. This is for people who primarily communicate in native languages. This multi-pronged approach was created following many discussions with Tribal leaders.

Members of the American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) communities upon request, can be provided free interpreters to people who speak Navajo, Choctaw, and Alaskan Native languages, to name a few. You can learn more about the free interpreter services here. They are committed to:

For more information about the ADA contact:

Dana Gover, MPA, and ACTCP Certification, ADA Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator 

For more information about ADA Technical Assistance visit the NW ADA Center Idaho website: nwadacenter.org/idaho

Email:dananwadacenteridaho@gmail.com
Phone: Voice and Text 208-841-9422
Idaho Relay Service: 7