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About the Accessibility Clearinghouse

"… the Commission shall…establish a clearinghouse of information on the availability of accessible products and services and accessibility solutions required under sections 255, 716, and 718. Such information shall be made publicly available on the Commission's website and by other means, and shall include an annually updated list of products and services with access features."
--Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010, Section 717(d).

The FCC's Accessibility Clearinghouse provides information about accessible telecommunications and advanced communications products and services. The Clearinghouse serves as a resource for people with disabilities to find accessible phones and innovative ways to communicate.

The Clearinghouse furthers the FCC’s responsibility to ensure that all Americans - including Americans with disabilities - have full access to our nation's communications revolution. The Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act expands the reach of people with disabilities to advanced communications and improves access to emergency information and services.

The resource links provided within the Clearinghouse are for informational purposes only. The FCC does not endorse non-FCC products or services and is not responsible for the content of non-FCC websites, including their accuracy, completeness, or timeliness.


Options to File an Accessibility Complaint





Contact Us
202-418-2517 (voice)
844-432-2275 (videophone)
DRO@fcc.gov (e-mail)


Accessible Devices and Services


FCC Accessibility Programs and Services


Thursday, November 19, 2020