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Below are opportunities to participate, provide comments, and/or impact the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), disability, accessible technology, and other disability research, rights and laws.

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  • 2017 Student Research & Design Competition: AAC Use in Hospital Settings [link is external]
    Submit by: May 12, 2017
    This competition is designed to stimulate research and development on the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in hospital settings. The competition is open to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, worldwide. The first-place student project will receive a research and development award to support the project.
  • Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Mobile Gaming Study [link is external]
    Young people with spinal cord injury or dysfunction (SCI/D) are needed to test SCI-HARD, a mobile game designed to help individuals with SCI/D improve self-management skills. The game is available for Android and Apple devices. Participants must be English-speaking, between the ages of 13 and 29, and have a SCI/D. Eligible participants may receive up to $100 for completing the study.


More - Ongoing Opportunities

  • DigitalGov Open Opportunities - Tasks [link is external]
    Search and discover opportunites across government that will help you build skills and make connections.
  • Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities [link is external]
    Through innovation and everyday efforts, we can all help create more access and opportunity for the one billion people living with disabilities. Share your vision to inspire solutions, help ask the right questions and work together to identify the biggest barriers people with disabilities face and help create solutions.

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