Jimmy uses his tablet to control X1 with his eyes.


A better experience for everyone

We are committed to making our products, technology, experiences, and support accessible to the widest possible audience, and opening new doors to independence for people with disabilities.

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Extending Commitment to the Olympic and Paralympic Games

As Founding Partner of the LA28 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Comcast will work with LA28 over the next several years to drive lasting social change and build a more equitable and inclusive society, including by championing the Paralympic Movement as Los Angeles prepares for its first-ever Paralympic Games.

When you make a product more inclusive you create a better experience for everyone.
Tom Wlodkowski
Vice President of Accessibility, Comcast
  • Meet Jimmy, Technology is Enabling Him to Be More Independent

    This is Jimmy. Because of his disability he could never use a television remote. That’s why we introduced him to our new technology that lets customers operate their television using only their eyes.

  • Creating Inclusive Experiences Through Technology

    Meet James, a legally blind veteran and customer who is one of the first people to experience the integrated Xfinity Stream technology on the NuEyes virtual reality device.

  • Technology For All

    We believe when you make a product more inclusive, you create a better experience for everyone. We're committed to making our products and services accessible to the widest possible audience.

  • Meet Chase: Strength, Resilience, and Independence

    Chase is an amazing kid. At an early age he lost his limbs, but he’s never let that stop him getting the most out of life. We’re proud to offer products that let him be more independent.

  • Meet Bernadette: Challenges, Determination, and Inclusivity

    Bernadette has always been determined to succeed, no matter what society told her she couldn’t do. We’re proud to share her inspiring story.

  • Meet Logan: Discovery through the X1 Voice Remote

    Meet Logan, an amazing, funny, and engaging 8-year-old, who also happens to be on the autism spectrum. He recently discovered our Xfinity X1 voice remote and talking guide.

  • Meet the Smedley Family: Leveling the Playing Field

    TV is universal — access should be as well. At Comcast, we’re empowering people like the Smedley Family and leveling the playing field.

  • Empowering Students with Internet Essentials at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

    In December 2019, we had the privilege of surprising students at the Pennsylvania School for The Deaf with tablets through our Internet Essentials program. These kids are now ready for anything.

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Project UP

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