NCA offers resources on inclusive outdoor and recreational activities. The site also features a product resource section with information on accessible picnic tables, golf cars, hunting and fishing equipment, playground components, and more.

NCHPAD promotes exercise and physical activity for people with disabilities.

The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s gave rise to other civil rights movements, most notably the Women's Rights Movement and the Disability Rights Movement. While minorities and women were protected by civil rights legislation passed by the United States Congress during the 1960s, the rights of people with disabilities were not protected by federal legislation until much later.

Listed below are resources specifically for youth, we hope you will find them useful. Our resource pages are "works in progress", so if you have suggestions for additions, please contact us!

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals website includes Animal Disaster Preparedness, covering strategies and emergency preparedness training for animals. (This article discusses pets, not service animals).

This site offers online, interactive tools that simulate the interaction you might have with an employment law expert. Topics include wage and hour issues, workplace health and safety, veterans' issues, and more.

The Access Board provides information, publications and technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for buildings and facilities, as well as the standards for electronic and information technology under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, and telecommunications equipment under Section 255 of the Telecommunications Act. The Board also has enforcement authority under the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA).
Toll Free Telephone:
800-872-2253 (Voice)
800-993-2822 (TTY)

Easter Seals' Project ACTION provides information and training to consumers and transportation providers.
Toll Free Telephone:
800-659-6428 (Voice/Relay)
Local: 202-347-3066 (Voice), 202-347-7385 (TTY)

Mediation is an informal process where an impartial third party helps disputing parties find mutually satisfactory solutions to their differences. Mediation can resolve disputes quickly and satisfactorily, without the expense and delay of formal investigation and litigation.

Both the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) offer mediation as a means to resolve concerns prior to referring complaints to litigation.