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The Color of your Heart is Gold

Since AACE (formerly Disability Services) was created, our Georgia State University community of faculty, staff and students have witnessed how our students with disabilities have… more »

Invisible Disabilities

Invisible disabilities will go unnoticed unless they are disclosed to you. For example, a person who uses a wheelchair can be easily perceived as someone… more »

Sign Language Interpreting Services

Sign language interpreters are professionals who facilitate communication between deaf or hard of hearing (d/hh) and hearing individuals. Interpreting from English to American Sign Language… more »

The Law and Academic Accommodations

The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and The Americans with Disability Act of 1990 are laws that prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities. The Rehabilitation Act… more »

Disclosing Accommodations Tips

Disability Services provides registered students the option to email their accommodation letters to professors. Although this email includes details for extended time on assignments, note… more »

Disability and Caregivers

In the United States today, there are more than 39.8 million caregivers providing care to loved ones aged 18+ with a disability or illness (U.S.… more »

World Justice Day and Disability Rights

Each and everyday people experience and witness social injustices. These injustices include discrimination and exclusivity based on race, religion, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic status and disability.… more »