Two Accessible Product Hotline employees taking calls at their desk.

Empowering you to do more.

We are committed to promoting independence in the personal and professional lives of people of all abilities.

The Accessible Products Hotline provides guidance to people who are blind or visually impaired on the accessibility and usability functions of top consumer products used in the home and office. With one phone call or email, you have access to professional advice from our certified staff and lists of products that fit yourunique accessibility needs or product in question.

If you need personalized rehabilitative services or training, we encourage you to reach out to your local vocational rehabilitation provider. For those in the Wichita, KS area, check out the Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center and for those in the Dallas, TX area, contact Envision Dallas.

Product accessibility

We’ve reviewed and tested hundreds of products to determine their accessibility and usability features.


  • Headsets and headphones
  • Assistive technology
  • Printers
  • Recording devices
  • Writing devices
  • Electronic accessories


  • Games
  • Cooking products
  • Health products
  • Household products
  • Phones, apps, and accessories
  • Police scanners
  • Product identifiers
  • Watches
  • Reference guides and location resources
  • Miscellaneous items

Contact a representative

If you’d prefer to contact one of our representatives via email, please submit your information, and we’ll follow up with you as soon as possible. You can also use this form to suggest products for future review.
A young man taking a call to the Accessible Products Hotline.

Accessible Toolbox Podcast

Staff at the Workforce Innovation Center also produce the Accessible Toolbox Podcast, a podcast that covers information of interest to the blind and visually impaired community. The podcast includes technology-oriented reviews, app reviews, interviews, and other information of interest from our team and sponsors.