As part of Disability Awareness Month, the DWD and its WorkOne partners offer workstations that contain assistive technology designed to help Hoosiers with disabilities in their search for gainful employment. WorkOne assistive technology workstations include adjustable workstations, articulating arm supports, large print keyboards, and ultra HD video magnifier. WorkOne team members also participate in regular training sessions to learn new strategies for assisting individuals with disabilities in their job search.
|Region||Assistive Technology Workstations|
|1||Gary, Hammond, LaPorte and Portage|
|2||South Bend and Elkhart|
|4||Kokomo and Lafayette|
|5||Anderson and Franklin|
|6||Muncie, Connersville, Portland, Winchester, Rushville and Richmond|
|7||Greencastle, Terre Haute and Sullivan|
|8||Bedford, Bloomington and Linton|
|9||Columbus, Lawrenceburg and Madison|
|10||New Albany, Jeffersonville, Corydon, Scottsburg, English and Salem|
|11||Evansville and Vincennes|
In addition to the locations listed above, most full-service WorkOne locations are equipped with a variety of accessible equipment. Please note that WorkOne locations differ in the types of equipment offered. Contact or visit your local WorkOne office to inquire about the availability of equipment. Examples of assistive technology include:
- Screen reader and magnification software
- Braille translator
- Text to speech software
- Adjustable desks
- Text Telephone / Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TTY / TDD)
- Alternate access/input devices (i.e. one-handed keyboards, trackball mice, on-screen keyboards)
- Large monitors
Click here to view WorkOne locations.
Indiana Disability Awareness Month
Each March, Disability Awareness Month is celebrated throughout Indiana. And given that adults and children with disabilities represent slightly more than 19 percent of Indiana’s population, disability awareness is important for all of us. Read more...