Welcome to the State of Michigan's website devoted specially to the interests, concerns, and needs of Michiganians with disabilities. According to the 2020 US Census, there are over 10 million residents in Michigan. Per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 2.3 million adults in Michigan have some type of disability.
On these pages you will find the services and programs for people with disabilities offered by the State of Michigan as well as other sites of interest. Whether you're looking for assistance in finding a job, want to learn about the latest assistive technology, or have a question about your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act, these resources may assist in your search.
- Lt. Gov. Brian Calley signs executive order streamlining certification of sign language interpreters in Michigan
- Governor, Advocates for the blind working to enhance delivery of services Gov. Rick Snyder today rescinded a recent executive order that would have transferred and reconfigured responsibilities of the Michigan Commission for the Blind and Michigan Rehabilitation Services, as he works with advocates to ensure the best possible service for residents who are blind or visually impaired.