Access to Hotels – Spanish (text)
Access to Restaurants – Spanish (text)
Access to Hotels – English (text)
Access to Restaurants – English (text)
Signs of Hospitality (text)
The purpose of this collaborative project is to develop a consensus on the disability competencies required for health care providers to deliver quality care to patients with disabilities, and to have these competencies integrated into health education curricula. The site includes the 2019 Core Competencies on Disability for Health Care Education, as well as the Competencies Resource Toolkit and other information to help “make the case” for organizations to support and promote disability competencies in health care.
This national organization works to improve the lives of Hispanic older adults, their families, and their caregivers by promoting, educating, and advocating for research, policy, and practice in the areas of economic security, health, and housing.
The NIA at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) offers information on aging and health, caregiving, doctor-patient communication, research and clinical trails, and end of life issues.
This organization offers a variety of information for service providers, elders, caregivers, and advocates.
This organization offers information on issues of interest to older people, including economic security, health care, long-term services and supports, and more.
This resource can help locate state and local agencies, such as Aging and Disability Resource Centers, and offers a variety of information on elder rights, health care, insurance and benefits, transportation, and more.
This organization offers publications, training, and information on transportation options for older adults and people with disabilities, caregivers, and service providers.
This site includes a variety of resources to promote disability inclusion in education, employment, and community living. Tookits to improve digital access include Accessible Online Learning, Social Media Accessibility, and Accessible Documents.