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Accessibility and Language Justice Strategy, Training, and Consulting

A people-first practice, prioritizing community and organizational workforce.

We help you plan, implement and evaluate equitable systems and processes.

Experts in the field aligning you with best practices and compliance standards.

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Specializing In:

  • Establishing and Integrating Langauge Access and ADA Effective Communication programs and infrastructure.

  • Implementing in City, County, and State government as well as nonprofit organizations.

  • Building across each development stage, from Planning to Implementation to Evaluation & Optimization.

  • Building optimal and customized systems that are effective, efficient and budget-conscious.

  • Approaches in Organizational Systems Change and Individual Change.

How To Integrate Accessibility and Language Justice Into Your Work

1. Identify Critical Challenges

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Whether you seek to upskill staff to ensure meaningful access, conduct a community engagement needs assessment or build a Language Access Plan, identify the specific challenges you are facing and your most critical questions. 

2. Explore Best Practices and Approaches

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Learn the fundamentals of Accessibility and Language Justice, including how to use demographic data, legal compliance standards, and most effective best practices to make individual and organizational systems change. 

3. Design and Build People Centered Solutions 

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Leverage the Accessibility and Language Justice approaches and best practices, and engage with a team of local and national experts in the field to develop a customized work plan and to lead robust strategic planning efforts. 

4. Evaluate and Optimize Your Work 

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Strengthen your programs, systems and processes through customized support tailored to your unique organizational needs. Provide continued technical assistance and implementation support to optimize existing programs and infrastrucutre.

Our Commitment

Through our offerings, we are committed to designing quality, effective, and justice-aligned solutions that allow you to meaningfully respond to the following questions:

  • How do you communicate with people who use languages other than English?

  • How do you communicate with people with communications-related disabilities?

We are committed to do the following:

  • Facilitate individual and organizational transformation by centering Accessibility and Language Justice principles and practices in our work

  • Help individuals and organizations strengthen and build their Langauge Access, Language Justice, and ADA Effective Communication infrastructure

  • Advance how government and nonprofit organizations strategically serve populations who are culturally and linguistically diverse, such as individuals who use languages other than English and who have communications-related disabilities

  • Design accessibility and language justice-centered solutions for complex organizations

  • Co-develop solutions with and alongside communities and populations most directly impacted

Our Work with Clients

We work collaboratively with our clients to increase outcomes by: 

  • Designing solutions that prioritize individual and organizational systems change, in alignment and guided by Accessibility and Language Justice standards and compliance standards

  • Building on your strengths and leveraging existing internal expertise, infrastructure, and best practices

  • Prioritizing implementation based on the present and future infrastructural capacity of your program or organization

  • Centering experiences and needs of community members, organization staff, and departments with the most critical need

  • Exploring strategies for sustainable funding and capacity building

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