Everyone deserves technology that makes them feel connected.
No one should feel excluded from our digital world due to a disability. That includes the 39.6 million adults in the U.S. with a physical functioning difficulty.1
Verizon is proud to promote National Mobility Awareness Month as we work toward greater accessibility today and every day.
We have best-in-class products and services available to assist customers with disabilities, physical or otherwise.
We offer career opportunities for those with disabilities in a diverse, inclusive and empowering environment.
And we’ve partnered with organizations that support and advocate for those with mobility-related disabilities.
Whether you’re a customer, job seeker or anyone else interested in Verizon’s efforts at accessibility and inclusion, please take a look at the information and resources below.
Mobility/Accessibility Panel highlights
Verizon recently hosted a policy discussion focused on enabling personal autonomy through technology.
Read a brief recap of the event to learn about the latest advances in accessible technologies.
Mobility tools from Verizon
For customers with physical or mobility-related disabilities, Verizon offers assistance such as a big button remote and an audible on-screen guide for Fios TV. Find services and tools made for the way you communicate.
Big button remote
Fios TV Text to Speech
Alternate billing formats
Giving deafblind young people new ways to connect
Verizon recently hosted a youth advocacy workshop with DeafBlind Citizens in Action (DBCA) to discuss how technology can help deafblind young people communicate with the world. It’s one example of how we’re working together with our partners to promote fuller accessibility.
From products and services tailored to your needs to a workplace where everyone is empowered to reach their full potential, Verizon is dedicated to inclusion. Follow these links to find the resources relevant to you.
Verizon is proud to financially support and partner with these nonprofit organizations who advocate on behalf of those with mobility-related disabilities.