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AAC-RERC The AAC-RERC conducts a comprehensive program of research, development, training, and dissemination activities that address the NIDRR priorities and seek to improve technologies for individuals who rely on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technologies. The mission of the AAC-RERC is to assist people who rely on augmentative and alternative communication to achieve their goals by advancing and promoting AAC technologies and supporting the individuals who use, manufacture, and recommend them. Website
Abilities Network Maryland services and support for persons with disabilities and inclusion. Training, consultation and respite care services all available. Website
Ability Online Support Network Ability online is an electronic email system that connects young people with disabilities or chronic illness with peers (disabled and non disabled) and mentors. It is also a valuable resource for families and friends to know more about an illness and help manage it. Website
ABLEDATA The ABLEDATA website database contains information on numerous assistive technology products and rehabilitation equipment. This site offers training workshops to learn more about ABLEDATA database use. Website
ABLENET, Inc. AbleNet is a world leader in assistive technology, curriculum, and services to help individuals with disabilities lead productive and fulfilling lives. AbleNet develops and manufactures technology products and curriculum solutions that are designed specifically for individuals with disabilities. Website
Accessing Disability Services in Minnesota Guide A guide to selected services for individuals with disabilities and their families. Document
ADA Fact Sheet This federal civil rights law protects from discrimination people of all ages with disabilities. Document
ADA Questions and Answers for Child Care Questions & Answers about the Americans with Disabilities Act and Child Care. Document
Adapting the Child Care Environment for Children with Special Needs Many child care providers work with children who have disabilities or special needs. Remember that children with special needs are children first, and have more similarities than differences from children without disabilities. Every child has a unique personality and special skills. Keep your primary focus on each child’s strengths and abilities as you work to make modifications and adjustments. This resource is from eXtension.
Adaptivemall.com Adaptivemall.com offers the best selection of adaptive equipment for children with special needs with products that range from special needs strollers and special needs car seats to adaptive toys for children's special needs therapy. Website