- AAMR—AAMR F.Y.I. is a monthly e-newsletter that keeps you posted on recent developments in the developmental disabilities community and the latest AAMR initiatives.
- American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center—Funded by grant #H235K000002 from the U.S. Department of Education's Rehabilitation Services Administration, AIDTAC provides information and technical assistance to American Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages that helps their members with disabilities live healthy, integrated lives within their communities.
- Assistivetech.net—A comprehensive database of assistive technology products and is sponsored by Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access at Georgia Institute of Technology.
- Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange—Provides access to international rehabilitation research, rehabilitation conference schedules, helps to locate organizations that offer rehabilitation services and is run by the State University of New York at Buffalo.
- Center on Disability Studies—The Center on Disability Studies (CDS) was established in 1988 as the Hawaii University Affiliated Program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and is part of a National Network of University Centers for Excellence in Disabilities focused upon Education, Research, and Services.
- Center on Education and Work—Designing, delivering, and evaluating a distance-education program that prepares college staff to develop and implement summer college preparation programs for individuals with disabilities who have enrolled but not yet begun college.
- Department of Special Education at the University of Maryland—The purpose of On-Campus Outreach (OCO) is to provide information and support to programs and personnel that provide services to public school students ages 18-21 with significant disabilities in post-secondary settings such as colleges, universities, or other community locations.
- Disability Law Resource Project—The Disability Law Resource Project (DLRP) is the Southwest’s leading resource on the Americans with Disabilities Act, related laws and making Information Technology accessible to people with disabilities. The DLRP serves a wide range of audiences who are interested in or impacted by these laws, including employers, businesses, government agencies, schools and people with disabilities. Expert staff are available to provide training and publications and to respond to your inquiries via DLRP’s toll free hotline 800-949-4232!
- Disability.gov—The Bush Administration’s latest step toward a citizen-centric Federal government. It is a comprehensive online resource specifically designed to provide people with disabilities with the information they need to know quickly. With just a few clicks, the portal provides access to disability-related information and programs available across the government on numerous subjects, including civil rights, education, employment, housing, health, income support, technology, transportation, and community life.
- Disabled Students and Multiple Policy Innovations in Higher Education—This study is examining how multiple policy innovations in higher education are interacting with policies aimed at wider access for disabled students, assessing the impact of both sets of policies on the participation and experiences of disabled students. It compares developments in Scotland and England and in different types of institution, examining ways in which institutions have interpreted and implemented national policies.
- EnableNet—EnableNet is a Disability Portal created and maintained by the Disability Information and Resource Centre (DIRC). It is the one-stop-site on the Internet for information on all aspects of disability.
- >Job Accommodation Network—The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is a free consulting service that provides information about job accommodations, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the employability of people with disabilities.
- Law, Health Policy, and Disability Center—The Law, Health Policy, and Disability Center is an emerging leader in law, technology, education and research. We are focused on improving the quality of life for person living with disabilities. Based at the University of Iowa College of Law, with a satellite office in Washington, D.C., the center concentrates on public policy and its impact on persons with disabilities, with an emphasis on employment, self-determination and self-sufficiency.
- LI Autism—The mission of the LI Autism is to promote lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals within the autism spectrum, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of their community.
- National Organization on Disability—The National Organization on Disability, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2002, promotes the full and equal participation and contribution of America's 54 million men, women and children with disabilities in all aspects of life.
- On-Campus Outreach (OCO)—The purpose of On-Campus Outreach (OCO) is to provide information and support to programs and personnel that provide services to public school students ages 18-21 with significant disabilities in post-secondary settings such as colleges, universities, or other community locations.
- One-Stop Toolkit for Serving People with Disabilities—This website provides accessible and comprehensive tools and information for Employment and Training Administration (ETA) grantees who provide services that help individuals with disabilities find and keep good jobs.
- Quality Mall—A place where you can find lots of free information about person-centered supports for people with developmental disabilities. Each of the Mall stores has departments you can look through to learn about positive practices that help people with developmental disabilities live, work and participate in our communities and improve the quality of their supports.
- The Center for an Accessible Society—Provides immediate posting of significant disability newsworthy items, as well as links to experts in disabilities and comprehensive background information on disability related topics. The Center is sponsored by Exploding Myths, Inc.
- The Inclusive Education and Equality Research Centre—Based in the School of Education at The University of Sheffield, our research and teaching aim to theorise and practically engage with inclusion and equality in a number of different personal and political arenas.
- The Interagency Committee on Disability Research—authorized by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, is mandated “to promote coordination and cooperation among Federal departments and agencies conducting rehabilitation research programs.”
- The National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth—NCWD/Youth is one of two technical assistance centers funded by the US Department of Labor to assist the workforce development community address issues affecting the employment of people with disabilities. The site contains useful information and resources for youth with disabilities and their families, service providers and other front line workers, administrators, policy makers, and employers.
- The National Rehabilitation Information Center—The National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC) provides publications and information regarding parents with disabilities and their families, as well as a question and answer service relating to parenting with a disability.
- Transition Coalition—The mission of the Transition Coalition is to maximize professional development in secondary school reform and transition at the national, state, and local levels. The Coalition supports best practices and creates professional development forums using face-to-face and online training and technical assistance.
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