Supporting Autism  
Awareness Month.

Making it easier for everyone to communicate.

Accessibility for all means that technology should be simple, easy-to-use, and effective.

No one should feel excluded from our digital world due to a disability. That includes the estimated one in 59 children that have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).1

Verizon’s mission is to bring people together through technology, and work toward greater accessibility today and every day. In support of Autism Awareness Month this April, Verizon is proud to provide best-in-class products and services available to assist all customers, offer career opportunities for those with disabilities in a diverse, inclusive and empowering environment, and partner with organizations that support and advocate for those with disabilities.

For our customers who may have a developmental disability or care for someone who does, Verizon offers a variety of products that can make day-to-day tasks a little less stressful.


1. “Data & Statistics on Autism Spectrum Disorder,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Assistive tech for parents:

  • The Verizon GizmoWatch is a kid-friendly, waterproof smartwatch with a built-in GPS locator that can provide automated alerts with on-screen notifications, and can store up to 10 contacts for 2-way voice calls and messaging. The GizmoWatch provides independence, while still keeping parents in the know.
  • Verizon Smart Family allows smartphones to be monitored and tracked, providing peace of mind. Features of Verizon Smart Family include content filtering, contact management, location services, and more.
  • Google Home is a smart home system that can help families stick to a routine by providing reminders, can play music and answer questions, and can be programmed to provide specific responses to certain questions. For caretakers especially, staying organized can become a challenge. With Google Home, you can set customized reminders, send emails, and create calendar events.

Contact us.

Verizon Wireless customers:
National Accessibility Customer Service Center*
1.888.262.1999 or *611 from your wireless phone
8:30 am to 5:30 pm ET 
Monday – Friday
Fios & traditional phone customers:
Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities
1.800.974.6006 Voice 
or TTY 508.251.5301 Videophone
8:30 am to 5:00 pm ET
Monday – Friday

Accessible resources from Verizon

For our customers and our employees, Verizon is dedicated to inclusion.

  • Accessible services

    See a list of services available to Verizon Wireless and Fios customers.

  • Accessibility news

    Learn how 5G will power innovations in accessible technology.

  • Working at Verizon

    Join a company that recognizes employee diversity as one of its strengths.


Our partners in advocating for those with disabilities

Verizon is proud to partner with the following nonprofit organizations.
We salute their inspiring advocacy for – and with – those with disabilities.

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Our commitment  
to raising awareness

We’re proud to lend our voice to promote these important awareness months.

  • Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

    Each November, Verizon calls attention to the millions of U.S. adults living with Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Blindness Awareness Month

    In October, we show our support for the 23.7 million adults in the U.S. living with visual impairments.

  • Mobility Awareness

    Each May, we highlight the 39.6 million adults in the U.S. with a physical functioning disability.