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YOUR SITES link.Access
to Disability Data - This is an InfoUse project entitled “Access
to Disability Data” and provides national statistical information
on disability in the United States.
The Arc of the United States - The
home page of The Arc of the United States – “The national
organization of and for people with mental retardation and related disabilities
and their families.” This site includes information about The
Arc and its position statements; fact sheets covering a wide range of
issues concerning people with mental retardation; publications, and
related web links.
The Boulevard - This web site is called
The Boulevard and provides a directory of products and services for
individuals with disabilities.
Brookes Publishing -
This is the e-catalog for Brookes Publishing who publishes “highly
respected resources in the following fields: early childhood, early
intervention, inclusive and special education, developmental disabilities,
learning disabilities, communication and language, behavior and mental
Developmental Delay Resources - This is the home page of Developmental Delay Resources, “a nonprofit
organization dedicated to meeting the needs of children who have developmental
delays in sensory motor, language, social, and emotional areas.”
It includes links to Internet resources that cover topics such as: ADD,
Auditory Integration, Autism & PDD, diet & nutrition, Learning
Disabilities, Sensory Integration, and more.
Disability Government Resources - This is the federal government’s intra-agency web portal to access information on disability-related government resources. Subjects include civil rights, education, employment, housing, health, income support, technology, transportation, and community life.
Disability Information for Journalists - This web site is called Disability Information for Journalists and is provided by the
Center for an Accessible Society. It is a “communications clearinghouse providing journalists
credible information and quotable sources on national disability policy and independent living issues.” Disability Museum - This is the web site of the Disability Museum, whose mission is “to promote understanding about the historical experience of people with disabilities by recovering, chronicling, and interpreting their stories.”
disABILITY Information and Resources - This is a large compilation of web links to disability resources,
communities, and databases entitled disABILITY Information and Resources.
The web site was created and is maintained by Jim Lubin who is quadriplegic.
Disability Resources, Inc. - The web site of Disability Resources, Inc. – a non-profit organization
that reviews publications, on-line services, audiovisual materials,
and other resources to find information that may help individuals with
disabilities live more independently. This web site provides information
on hundreds of disability related topics.
History Project - This is the web page of the Disability Social
History Project, a collection of information that includes important
events in the history of the disability community; the history of the
disability rights movement; bibliographies of disability activists as
well as historical figures who had disabilities; web links and more.
Disability World is “a
bimonthly web-zine of international news and views...dedicated to advancing
an exchange of information and research about the international independent
living movement of people with disabilities.” It contains a number
of topics, web links, and a database of abstracts. Also available in
Diverse City Press, Inc. -
The web site of the publishing company, Diverse City Press, Inc. who “produces and distributes inspiring and informational books, audio
CD’s, and video tapes, dealing with persons with developmental
disabilities, and a range of social issues”.
Empowerment Zone - This
is the home page of Jamal Mazrui, entitled “Empowerment Zone”.
Mr. Mazrui, who lost his sight as a teenager, is employed as a legislative
analyst for the National Council on Disability and also runs a software
consulting business. His site is a compilation of information, inspiration
and ideas on a wide range of disability related topics.
Enabled Online - This web site entitled Enabled Online.com is “a unique electronic forum created for people to share their personal stories and opinions, as well as the latest information on disability-related issues, without focusing exclusively on any specific disability or demographic.”
Exceptional Parent Magazine - This
is the online version of Exceptional Parent Magazine, “providing
information, support, ideas, encouragement, and outreach for parents
and families of children with disabilities and the professionals who
work with them.”
Family Village - This
is the Family Village web site, “a global community of disability-related
that provides information and resources concerning a wide range of topics.
Internet Resources for Special Children - Maintained by the parent of a child with multiple disabilities. It
contains thousands of web links covering a wide range of disability-related
issues and topics.
National Rehabilitation Information
Center - Searchable database contains over 60,000 disability-related
records. NRIC collects and disseminates the results of federally funded
National Information Center for Children
and Youth with Disabilities - This organization serves the nation as a central source of information on: disabilities in infants, toddlers, children, and youth; IDEA, which is the law authorizing special education; No Child Left Behind (as it relates to children with disabilities); and research-based information on effective educational practices.
New Mobility Magazine - focuses
on Disability Culture and Lifestyle.
Society for Disability Studies – A non-profit organization that “promotes the exploration
of disability through research, artistic production, and teaching …to
promote greater awareness and contribute to social change”.
Special Child Magazine - An
online magazine serving parents and caregivers of children with special
needs. It includes articles on family issues and legal issues; a bulletin
board for sharing information and tips, asking questions, and posting
items for sale; and a diagnosis search page for parents whose children
have not yet been diagnosed.
StateData - This website entitled StateData.info generates customized charts of state, national and individual disability data.
Texas Resource Directory - Put together by Disability Resources, Inc. It provides web links to
organizations and web sites covering a wide range of disability issues.
Texas Yellow Pages for
Kids with Disabilities - Yellow Pages includes many resources
- government programs, grassroots organizations, and parent support
United People With Dis“abilities” - This is the web site of United People With Dis“abilities”. UPWD is an organization that was created by, and is managed by, people with disabilities to “unite and be the voice for the 54 plus million American people with disabilities.” The site includes information on employment, advocacy issues, accessible vacations, resources, etc. It also includes listings for the sale of equipment, vehicles and accessible homes, as well as product reviews.
World Institute on Disability - A non-profit
public policy center whose mission is “to strengthen the disability
movement through research, training, advocacy, and public education
so that people with disabilities, throughout the world, enjoy increased
opportunities to live independently.”
Society_and_Culture/Disabilities - This site provides hundreds of
web links to disability related sites through Yahoo!.
the following to search our LINKS by topic
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