Association For Driver Rehabilitation Specialists (ADED) www.aded.net ADED, a nonprofit association, is the primary professional organization in the field of driver education/driver training and transportation equipment modifications for persons with disabilities through education and information dissemination.
Abilities Expo www.abilitiesexpo.com People of all ages and all levels and types of disabilities experience their possibilities at Abilities Expo.
ABLEDATA www.abledata.com ABLEDATA is a federally funded project whose primary mission is to provide information on assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources to consumers, organizations, professionals and care givers.
Accessible Equipment Manufacturers Association www.aema.com As an AEMA member, you gain a competitive edge in your market place. How? By being part of an organization that works on your behalf, ensuring the accessibility equipment industry is accurately and professionally represented to those who specify, purchase and use accessibility equipment.
ADA Experts www.ada.gov The official government site for ADA.
ADAPT – Americans Disabled for Attended Programs Today www.adapt.org
Adaptive Driving Alliance www.adamobility.com Our dealers in our network are professionals who take pride in modifying and selling wheelchair vans, lifts and other adaptive automotive equipment and strive to exceed your expectations. Each member is a QAP™ participant. The QAP is a NMEDA certification that tells you they have made a special investment in quality.
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation www.aapmr.org
American Association For Homecare www.aahomecare.org The unified voice that represents all the elements of home care under one roof – from home medical equipment and respiratory therapy to home health services and from rehab technology to infusion therapy.
American Association of People with Disabilities www.aapd.com
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) www.aarp.org
American College of Health Care Administrators www.aascin.org
American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine www.acrm.org
American Health Care Association www.ahca.org
American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association www.amrpa.org
American Occupational Therapy Association www.aota.org
American Stroke Association www.strokeassociation.org
Amputee Coalition of America www.amputee-coalition.org
Arc of the United States, The www.thearc.org
Arthiritis Foundation www.arthiritis.org The Arthritis Foundation is the only national not-for-profit organization that supports the more than 100 types of arthritis and related conditions with advocacy, programs, services and research.
Assistive Technology Industry Association www.atia.org
The Center for an Accessible Society www.accessiblesociety.org This is a national organization designed to focus public attention on disability and independent living issues by disseminating information developed through NIDRR funded research to promote independent living.
Cerebral Palsy Guidance www.cerebralpalsyguidance.com Cerebral Palsy Guidance was created to provide answers and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Our goal is to reach as many members of the cerebral palsy community as possible, building up a network of support, as well as providing necessary assistance.
Cerebral Palsy Guide www.cerebralpalsyguide.com A small group of professionals with a desire to educate and help people with cerebral palsy. The people working behind the scenes on the Cerebral Palsy Guide have strived to create an easy-to-use, informative website that provides solutions for families. It is our hope that Cerebral Palsy Guide can help parents of children with cerebral palsy find peace, healing and happiness.
Department of Veterans Affairs www.va.gov
Disabled American Veterans www.dav.org
International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet www.icdri.org
Main Stream www.mainstreamliving.org Produced by, for and about people with disabilities, Main Stream covers news and current affairs, new products and technology, profiles of movers and shakers, education, employment, sexuality and relationships, housing, transportation, travel and recreation.
Muscular Dystrophy Association www.mdausa.org
Multiple Sclerosis Association of America www.mymsaa.org
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation www.msfocus.org
National Council on Independent Living www.ncil.org
National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology www.ncartcoalition.org
National Family Caregivers Association www.nfcacares.org
NICHCY – National Information Center for Children and Youths with Disabilities www.nichcy.org
National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Strokes www.ninds.nih.gov
National MS Society www.nmss.org
National Organization on Disability www.nod.org
National Spinal Cord Injury Association www.spinalcord.org
National Stroke Association www.stroke.org
New Freedom Initiative www.disability.gov A website developed for government issues for people with disabilities
Paralyzed Veterans of America www.pva.org
Shriners of North America / Shriners Hospital for Children www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org Shriners Hospitals for Children is a network of pediatric specialty hospitals, founded by the Shrine, where children under the age of 18 receive excellent medical care absolutely free of charge. There are 18 orthopedic Shriners Hospitals, three Shriners Hospitals dedicated to treating children with severe burns, and one Shriners Hospital that provides orthopedic, burn and spinal cord injury care. Shriners Hospitals are located throughout North America – 20 in the United States and one each in Mexico and Canada. These “Centers of Excellence” serve as major referral centers for children with complex orthopedic and burn problems.
Special Needs Family Fun www.specialneedsfamilyfun.com Offers family fun and disability resources for families with disabilities and special needs.
United Spinal Association www.unitedspinal.org United Spinal Association was founded in 1946 by veterans with spinal cord injuries to help enable members, as well as others with disabilities, to lead full and productive lives. Approximately 700,000 Americans have disabilities related to the spinal cord including spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, polio, spina bifida, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease).