ACCESS-MainStreet


The ACCESS Main Street Website presents resources, information, tools, products, examples and strategies for the universal design of communities and for the inclusion of all members of the community, gathered from a host of sources for you: employers and restaurants, businesses and schools, builders and service providers, media and informational technology consumers, employees and shoppers and every other member of the community interested in community accessibility.

Developed in the Rehabilitation Research Design and Disability (R2D2) Center, of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM), this website was largely funded by Wisconsin Pathways to Independence Project, a Project of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, to address the barriers to employment and community living faced by many individuals with disabilities. A primary focus area of the R2D2 Center is Universal Design, accessibility and community inclusion. The R2D2 Center aspires to assist all members of the community to learn about the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of community life.

Visit the ACCESS-MainStreet website at http://access-mainstreet.r2d2.uwm.edu/.