College and Education Resources

Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) P.O. Box 21192Columbus, OH 43221-0192Phone: 614-488-4972Fax: 614-488-1174E-mail: desouza.2@osu.eduWebsite: www.ahead.orgAHEAD is an international, multicultural organization of professionals committed to full participation in higher education for persons with disabilities. It offers numerous training programs, workshops, publications, and conferences. American Association of University Affiliated Programs for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 8630 Fenton Street,Continue reading “College and Education Resources”


Adaptogs, Inc. 201 North WashingtonPO Box 339Otis, CO 80743(800) 535-8247 Anitavee’s Adaptive Apparel 3000 B East Main St.Columbus, OH, 43209(888) 246-8203Website: www.anitavee.comE-mail: Creative Designs 848 McHenry Ave. #155, PMB 113Modesto, CA 95356Phone (209) 523-3166 or 1-800-335-4852Fax (209) 523-5893Website: robes4you.comE-mail: Cuddle Bug Originals/Wheelmates 611 East WashingtonPittsfield, IL 62363Phone: (217) 285-6520 Disability Resource Directory (DRD) Adaptive Clothing Apparel andContinue reading “Clothing”

Building Accessibility

Accessible Homes, Inc. 4631 Woodbridge DrivePowder Springs, GA 30073-2527Phone: 770-943-1249E-mail: a complete range of design services that take a common sense approach to the design of attractive barrier free homes. Each design incorporates features that enhance the convenience, safety, efficiency, and accessibility for all residents. Accessible UDA Ideal Home Plans Phone: 800-700-8321E-mail: info@uda1.comWebsite: offers a comprehensiveContinue reading “Building Accessibility”


Charlie’s Chuckle Tale of out-of-ordinary young hero, an adventurous 7 yr. old boy who also happens to have Down Syndromeby Clara Widess Berkus, Woodbine House5615 Fishers LaneRockville, MD 20852 Darcy A teenage girl feels set apart by her wheelchairby Joni Eareckson TadaJoni and Friends,P.O. Box 3333Agoura Hills, CA 91376 Different and Alike Explains how weContinue reading “Books”


National Family Caregivers Association (NFCA) 9621 East Bexhill DriveKensington, MD 20895-3104Phone: 800-896-3650Fax: 301-942-2302Website: caregiveraction.orgThrough its services in the areas of education and information, support and validation, public awareness and advocacy, NFCA strives to minimize the disparity between a caregiver’s quality of life and that of mainstream Americans. Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc. 3440 Oakcliff Rd., NE,Continue reading “Attendant”

Assisted Living

Assisted Living Resource List Suite 40010300 Eaton PlaceFairfax, VA 22031Phone: (703) 691-8100FAX: (703) 691-8106 Website: www.argentum.orgThis is a list for those who need or currently have attendant care. American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) 601 E Street, NWWashington, DC 20049Phone: 800-424-3410 or 877-434-7598 (TTY)E-mail: member@aarp.orgWebsite: nonprofit, nonpartisan association dedicated to shaping and enriching the experience of aging forContinue reading “Assisted Living”

Art Therapy

American Art Therapy 1202 Allanson RoadMandelein, IL. 60060Phone: 847-949-6064Fax: 847-566-4580E-mail: arttherapy@ntr.netWebsite: arttherapy.orgThe American Art Therapy Association is an organization of professionals dedicated to the belief that the creative process involved in the making of art is healing and life enhancing. Its mission is to serve its members and the general public by providing standards of professional competence,Continue reading “Art Therapy”

Americans with Disabilities Act

Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (Access Board) 1331 F Street NW, Suite 1000Washington, DC 20004-1111Phone: 800-USA-ABLEor 202-272-5435TDD: 202-653-7834Fax: 202-272-5447E-mail: info@access-board.govWebsite: www.access-board.govAn independent Federal regulatory agency responsible for ensuring accessibility of certain federally funded buildings and transportation facilities to people with disabilities. Congress has charged this agency with establishing the minimum accessibility guidelines for the Architectural BarriersContinue reading “Americans with Disabilities Act”


Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability 1600 James Naismith DriveGloucester, OntarioK1B 5N4 CANADAPhone: 800-771-0663or 613-748-5747Fax: 613-748-5782E-mail: disability.alliance@rtm.activeliving.caFor Canadians with a disability who desire hands-on tools, an advocacy resource package and other materials, to effect change and ensure that opportunities for participation are accessible to everyone. Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates P.O. Box 81-7327Hollywood,Continue reading “Advocacy”

Life in a Wheelchair During COVID-19

Six weeks after shutting down the state of Georgia, we are officially work-at-home, distance learning, remote student teachers and expert indoor activity enthusiasts. We’ve ordered all things online – from groceries to furniture and everything in between. After the children are safely in bed, we wear masks to pick up our mail (with gloves on)Continue reading “Life in a Wheelchair During COVID-19”