Disability-Related Resources on the Internet
Do you have a disability or are you interested in disability-related issues? Below you will find online resources that may be of interest to you. Resources listed include discussion lists, online newsletters, and websites. They are organized into the following broad categories:
- Brain Injury
- General Resources
- Health Impairments
- Hearing Impairments
- Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder
- Legal, Social, and Political Issues
- Mobility and Physical Impairments
- Multimedia and Etext
- Other Impairments
- Parents of Children with Disabilities
- Universal Design
- Visual Impairments
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