A reasonable accommodation is any assistance that an employer provides to a disabled employee to help him or her perform their job. It can take many different forms. For example, it could be changes to employment policies. It could be a certain software or equipment. It could be as simple as color coding certain files or it could entail hiring a sign language interpreter or a reader. So the type of accommodation your employer provides really depends on your particular circumstances. There is not an enumerated list or a magical list that tells you what all those accommodations are. And it’s important to keep in mind that under the ADA, your employer is required to provide you with an accommodation as long as it’s not exceedingly burdensome for the employer.