Callen-Lorde is committed to meeting the wide diversity of accessibility needs of our patients, including:
All locations have interpretation services available upon request, including American Sign Language (ASL). Additionally, interpretation is available upon request for most Callen-Lorde events, classes, and functions.
We make every effort to have all Callen-Lorde-produced content captioned.
Callen-Lorde is welcoming to individuals with service animals. Under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person’s disability.
We use the UserWay Accessibility widget to increase our website’s accessibility. This widget includes:
· Enabling a screen reader
· Increasing text size
· Increasing color contrast
Press TAB or click on the upper right hand corner of any callen-lorde.org page to access.
Locations with smaller waiting areas have spaces indicated and reserved for individuals who use wheelchairs.
Getting the Care You Need: A Guide for People with Disabilities
Have an accessibility need you don’t see listed here? Please let our call center and/or front desk know, and we will work with you to make our services more accessible.
Join our Community Advisory Board (CAB) Disability sub-committee:
Provide feedback on ways we can increase accessibility: