Special Interests

  • From JAN, The Job Accommodation Network, this page lists ADA links and documents.

  • The Autism Safety Project supports families to ensure that the most effective and safe responses to emergency situations are provided to individuals with ASD.

  • Care.com offers caregiver support resources and articles. Check out their special needs resourcespage.

  • Regional publications where individuals and businesses sell their used (and new) adaptive equipment; accessible vans, scooters, homes, wheelchairs, and more.

  • HomeHealthCareAgencies.com has compiled extensive home health care information such as licensing requirements and state contacts. They offer a directory of 10,605 Medicare-certified home health agencies and 18,658 other home care companies in the United States.

  • The leading web site on learning disabilities for parents, teachers and other professionals.

  • Ouch is a website from the BBC. Its aim is to reflect the lives of disabled people right here and now in the third millennium. It’s not a help and support site. If we were to give it a label, it would probably be closest to lifestyle.

  • Provides adaptive clothing and apparel for the disabled. This company specializes in clothing for the disabled such as adult bibs, elastic waist pants, wheelchair clothing and more.

  • This web site is dedicated to the dissemination of information on the prevention and mitigation of risk factors for persons with developmental disabilities.

  • The Exchange is a free service of the AT Network for consumers and caregivers in California. Here you will find new and used gadgets and devices (assistive technologies) that empower independence.

    You can: sell used devices, give away devices, place want ads for devices you need, or borrow devices to try.