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Accessibility Support Telephone Numbers and Links

By Luci Fardo

I work for a technical company that helps people with accessibility features. I realize after working with so many that have problems with vision, hearing, and touch issues how important the phone number to get accessibility support is. Because of this I decided to create a page that contains companies and their accessibility telephone numbers. I hope that this resource will help someone out there.

Addiction Treatment and Rehab For Deaf And Blind Individuals: This website is a wealth of unique and specific guides filled with informative facts and guidance regarding vision and/or hearing loss and addiction treatment that is very useful. Call: (844) 616-3400.

Amazon- Phone number 1-888-283-1678

The American Council of the Blind website has links to services and activities for those with vision loss. Phone 202-467-5081 or visit:

American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)- has a Vision Aware site for Seniors and various other links for persons with vision loss and their families. They also have the AFB Center on Vision Loss where you can learn about independent living from Esther’s Place, an apartment designed especially for persons living with vision loss. Phone 214-352-7222 or visit:

The world’s largest nonprofit organization creating educational, workplace, and independent living products and services for people who are visually impaired.

Provides textbooks and educational materials for legally blind students. Call toll free at: 1-800-223-1839.

Apple Accessibility-United States-1-877-204-3930 United Kingdom 0800-048-0754

Promotes all phases of education and employment for all ages who are blind and visually impaired.

Support for professionals who provide education and rehabilitation services to people with visual impairments. Call at: 703-671- 4500.

Audible Support: 888-283-5051.

AT&T’s National Center for Customers with Disabilities: For voice calls, 866.241.6568, or for TTY calls, 866-241-6567

Bard- BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) is a free library service of downloadable braille and audio reading material for residents of the United States and abroad. Bard is also known as The National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled.

Telephone number (1-888-657-7323)

Blind Abilities: On the web at Download the Free Blind Abilities App from the App Store or the Google Play Store e-mail: The Blind Independence Diabetes Group (BID) The Blind Independence Diabetes Group, or BID Group, is a one-stop source for people living with diabetes and blindness to obtain the best accessible products, accessible education/training, and helpful peer support to enable BID Group members to live healthy and independent lives yet never feel alone. Call: 1-866-351-6809.

Braille Bibles International offers Large Print and Audio Bibles at a low price. Phone 800-522-4253 or visit:

Braille Institute of America offers the Sound Solutions Series which promotes independence while educating and empowering the entire family through free audio dramatizations. Phone 800-272-4553 or visit:

Comcast Accessibility: 866-668-6703 Direct line to a dedicated team, specially trained to support customers who rely on accessibility services including voice guidance and video description.

Computers For The Blind – is a volunteer organization devoted to providing accessible desktop,and laptop computers at very low cost to persons who are blind or visually impaired. Phone 214-340-6328.

Ears for Eyes – Enrichment Audio Resource Services provides free audio lessons promoting independent living. Phone 800-843-6816 or visit:

This is a resources webpage about products, services and link listings for the visually impaired.

This is a very helpful site as it contains addresses and phone numbers to vision help centers in Utah. Call: 888-811-3161.

Future Aids -The Braille Superstore offers a variety of reasonably priced products, software and Braille Supplies.

GE Appliance Support: 1-800-626-2000

Google :To request a call back, from a Google Disability support specialist, complete this online form. Call an accessibility specialist at Google through the BeMyEyes app on a smartphone or tablet. Click the ‘Specialized Help’ button on the app’s home page, select Google in the Technical tab. Google Technical Support: 855-971-9121. may (or may not) be able to help with accessibility questions, depends on the specialist you connect with.

This institute promotes independent living through lifelong distance education programs at no cost to persons who are blind, their families or their blindness service providers. Phone: 1-800-323-4238 TTY 847-441-8111 or visit:

Heritage for the Blind’s mission is multi-faceted. It includes the preservation of vision, through the promotion of eye health awareness with public service announcements, media campaigns and materials for the visually impaired, as well as improving the health and economic security of individuals in need. Phone: 1 (800) 236-6283

A non-profit organization whose goal is to promote social, economic and educational opportunities for the blind. This organization can be found at your local church and other key locations. Helping Hands for the Blind is an organization of blind people who want to help other blind people. It is a problem solving organization and it is a guide that blind people can turn to in times of need.

Contact us at: 818-341-8217.

ICanConnect (National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program) is available for those with significant combined vision and hearing loss meeting Federal income guidelines. They can receive communication technology and training to stay connected with family members and friends at no cost. Phone: 1-800-825-4595 TTY 888-320-2656 or visit:

Independent Living Aids sells low vision aids, magnifiers and other independent living products. Phone 800-537-2118

MaxiAids sells independent living and mobility products for those who are deaf or have low vision. Phone 800-522-6294 or visit:

Our vision at the Moran Eye Center is that no person with a blinding condition, eye disease, or visual impairment should be without hope, understanding, and treatment. Phone (801) 581-2352

National Library Services and Regional Offices provide a free library service to people who are unable to read regular printed material because of visual impairment (books and magazines in Braille, e-braille, and audio). The materials and free playback equipment needed to read talking books and magazines are sent to borrowers and returned to libraries by postage-free mail. Call: 1-888-657-7323.

NLS Talking Books: There is a "BARD" app to download NLS talking Books on to your Apple iOS device Nvison Centers-Internet Navigation for Individuals with Low Vision or Blindness Peloton The Accessibility Team at Peloton will answer your questions and give you a call, if you request it by email to: Spectrum Accessibility Support: 844-762-1301 Call this support line to learn about and take advantage of Spectrum cable accessibility accommodations. Spotify: Call on Be My Eyes app Get help from your smartphone or tablet with any questions you may have about Spotify, music streaming service. Speak to a trained customer service specialist on BME; go to Specialized Help, Technical, then Spotify. T-Mobile Accessibility833-428-1785 T-Mobile has an Accessibility Support web page. It says, “T-Mobile will provide accessible support for wireless network service and billing inquiries. Please contact our Accessibility Customer Care at 1-833-428-1785 if you have any questions or need special assistance. For additional support, please contact Customer Care.” U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing Information Line U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing Information Line provides a free Currency Reader for people with vision loss. Phone 844 815-9388 or visit: Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities: 800-974-6006 <>. Verizon Wireless National Accessibility Center888-262-1999 It can sometimes be challenging to get information about accessibility features that make your mobile phone, or tablet, work for you. Questions about enlarging text, using voice commands effectively, or using the screen reader: now there is a customer service and technical support center dedicated to helping people maximize the accessibility features built into all of Verizon’s mobile devices. Let them help you get your device set just right for you, from 8am – 9pm EST, Monday – Friday.

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