Access is only the starting point. We’re co-creating a world where people with disabilities can thrive.

Your tools should adapt to you. We’re building with accessibility in mind.

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Live Transcribe, Voice Access, Action Blocks, and more to make your hardware work for you

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Online tools

Screen readers, magnifiers, keyboards, and more help you browse the web with ease

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Get things done with access features for all our workspace products

More ways we’re building for disability inclusion:

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We’re committed to providing accessible hiring and workplace experiences.

Learn about our accommodations teams
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A CODA story: Why one Googler advocates for accessible technology

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Innovator of the Year

Google was named 2021 Marketplace Innovator of the Year for Products by Disability:IN.

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How Google Maps is helping people with disabilities navigate the world

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Accessibility is at the core of all Google for Education products.

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A blind man runs alone down a path

How a blind runner is using technology to exercise independently

Read about Project Guideline
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Googler Aubrie Lee (she/her) sits in her wheelchair and takes a selfie with a man in a wheelchair

A new communication tool built in collaboration with the disability community

Read about Project Relate
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Jillian Mercado (she/her), a Black disabled woman, wears a teal shirt and looks into the distance

Meet the innovators helping to amplify Black disabled creatives.

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Alexis Hillyard (she/her), a woman with limb difference, stands in a kitchen and holds a cake

This LGBTQ+ and disabled chef is empowering her community through cooking.

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Google employee’s quote

By making a product more accessible for people with disabilities, we’re enabling people to learn more, to accomplish more. I feel so proud to be able to help make our products better for people so that they can do anything that they want to do in their lives.

Eve Andersson (she/her) Senior Director, Accessibility & Disability Inclusion, Google

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