Resources

This section contains resources on specific disability topics that may be of interest to people with disabilities, service providers, businesses, government agencies, and others.

While we make every effort to keep these resource links updated, it is possible that links may become inactive. For additional resources on your topic of interest, please use our website search feature.

One-Stop Career Centers are designed to provide a full range of assistance to job seekers under one roof. The centers offer training referrals, career counseling, job listings, and similar employment-related services. You can also find a center by calling the Employment and Training Administration's toll-free help line at (877) 872-5627.

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.

NADC promotes inclusion in all facets of the arts community for both audience members and artists with disabilities.

The Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation program teaches builders the skills to work with older and maturing adults to remodel their homes for aging-in-place.

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.

This organization provides resources and technical assistance for educators, parents, students, publishers, conversion houses, accessible media producers, and others interested in learning more about and implementing AEM and the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS).

AccessIT promotes the use of electronic and information technology (E&IT) for students and employees with disabilities in educational institutions at all academic levels.

NCHPAD promotes exercise and physical activity for people with disabilities.

The LEAD Center works to improve competitive, integrated employment and economic self-sufficiency for adults with disabilities.

This independent federal agency has authored several publications with findings and recommendations to guide inclusive, collaborative emergency management efforts.

This site offers resources to make the arts accessible for people with disabilities, older adults, veterans, and people living in institutions.

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