AFB American Foundation for the Blind -- Removes barriers, creates solutions, and expands possibilities so people with vision loss can achieve their full potential.
American Sign Language Training in Business -- Meeting Tomorrow rents audio visual equipment and computers for meetings and events nationwide. All of your equipment is delivered, and if you request, set up at your home, office, hotel or other meeting location.
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law -- Advocates for rights to choice and dignity for people with mental disabilities in decent living, supportive services, equal opportunity.
Birth Injury Justice Center -- Dedicated to supporting anyone who has been affected by birth injuries, brain injuries, cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy, and other developmental disabilities.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services -- Emphasizes on responsiveness to beneficiaries and providers, and quality improvement.
The Center on Human Policy (CHP) -- A Syracuse University-based policy, research, and advocacy organization involved in the national movement to insure the rights of people with disabilities, and in the promotion of inclusive community opportunities.
Civil Rights -- Advocacy and resources regarding rights under Section 504, the Age Discrimination Act, the Community Service Assurance of the Hill-Burton Act, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and as a person with HIV, AIDS, or related conditions.
Connections for Information and Resources on Community Living (CIRCL) -- Creates opportunities for building and sharing individual, organizational, and community strengths in supported living.
Craig Hospital -- A national center of excellence in the specialty rehabilitation and research for patients with spinal cord and brain injury
Crotched Mountain Foundation, New Hampshire -- Therapy, education, and support services includes lifetime care through community-based subsidiaries empowering children and adults who are physically, emotionally or intellectually challenged to attain the highest possible degree of independence.
Deaf Websites -- Center for deaf awareness, deaf culture and deaf resources. It includes the following: Deaf World, groups/forums, news, sport, events, technology, theatres, etc.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) -- Provides information on VA programs, veterans benefits, VA facilities worldwide, and VA medical automation software.
disAbility.gov -- Provides one-stop online access to resources, services, and information available throughout the Federal government.
Disability Resources, Inc. – Promotes awareness, availability, and accessibility of information that can help people with disabilities live, learn and work independently through information about books, newsletters, videos, databases, agencies / organizations, hotlines, inexpensive or hard-to-find information, and more.
Easter Seals -- Programs for children, vocational training and employment, and medical rehabilitation with services individualized to meet each client’s needs, cost-effective, family-focused to meet each family member’s concerns, and outcome-oriented with a goal of enhanced physical and financial independence.
Electric Cars and Disability - This guide takes a look at the accessibility of electric vehicles and gives tips for driving with a disability. Written for drivers in the UK, note that some information may not apply.
ePolicyWorks: Partners in Disability & Employment - -policymaking that engages citizens and stakeholders with real-time collaboration and communication allowing for the opportunity to work on policy-related projects (large and small) related to employment and support of people with disabilities.
The New York Institute for Special Education: Blindness Resource Center -- Includes: Access to the Internet and Web, Braille, Deaf-Blind/Hearing Disability Resources, Eye Diseases and Conditions, libraries, Resource Sites, University Programs, Vendors, and much more.
Our Ability -- a network of consulting, public speaking, recruitment and professional services that champions the inclusivity of people with disabilities in the workplace.
Rainbow Kids: Adoption and Child Welfare Advocacy – a search and information tool to find the perfect match for those who are interested in becoming a parent of children with disabilities or to find information on interacting / raising such children.
U.S. Department of Transportation: Equal Access to Transportation – general information, resources, and laws and regulations
Rochester Deaf Rotary (RDR) -- the first Deaf Rotary club (of Rotary International) in the world to be run by the deaf for the deaf.
Independent Living USA -- serves individuals with disabilities, their families, providers of services, independent living centers, and professionals as a directory of resources for independent living.
Institute on Independent Living -- serves self-help organizations of disabled people who work for equal opportunities, self-determination, and self-respect while offering training materials, technical assistance, and information on personal assistance, advocacy, access, legislation, and peer support.
JOB Access -- The goal of JOB access is to enable people with disabilities to enhance their professional lives by providing a dedicated system for finding employment.
L D Resources -- contains a variety of resources for the learning disabilities community
Living with Blindness – a resource containing legal and biological information about blindness, and information on assistive technology and services
Low VisionGateway -- a starting point to access information on the World Wide Web related to the fields of low vision and blindness.
MakeTheConnection -- A valuable mental health resource for Veterans
MedSupport -- dedicated to educating and assisting the disabled and their caregivers.
Neurodiversity in the Workplace - Research has shown that neurodiversity is ignored by seven in ten employers, and few employers will make reasonable adjustments to support neurodiverse job applicants. Despite this, there are many characteristics in neurodivergent people that could lead to benefits in the workplace.
The National Center on Accessibility (NCA) -- technical assistance to organizations designing and retrofitting their leisure areas and programs for accessibility.
Paying for Senior Care -- aims to assist seniors and people with disabilities find the means to pay for services and supports that increase their independence.
RehabTeam Site -- Very informative online handbooks and manuals for patients with SCI and TBI and their families.
Resume and Employment Guide - Resume tips for job seekers with disabilities.
Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America (SARDAA): Shattering Stigma Realizing Recovery – promotes improvement for people with schizophrenia and their families through support and awareness so that early diagnosis, treatment, and community services increase recovery.
Social Security Disability Help – fill out a free disability evaluation and be contacted by a Social Security attorney / advocate to review your options associated with the disability benefits you may be entitled to.
Sportaid -- Offers a wide variety of wheelchair and other mobility products.
Stair Lift Advisor -- A helpful guide to the practicalities of choosing the right stair lift.
THINK FIRST Foundation – prevents brain and spinal cord injuries through the education of individuals, community leaders, and the creators of public policy; educates young people about personal vulnerability and risk taking.
Through the Looking Glass – “pioneered research, training, and services for families in which a child, parent, or grandparent has a disability or medical issue.”
Used Home Medical Equipment -- A website dedicated to finding someone in your own neighborhood for your good quality used home medical equipment.
World Institute on Disability (WID) – promotes independence and societal inclusion of people with disabilities, and is committed to bringing policy into action.
Zippia - A helpful guide for job-seekers with disabilities.