Links

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The Arc of the United States

The Arc of Columbia County

The Arc-Dane County

The Arc of Dodge County

The Arc of Dunn County

The Arc of Fond du Lac

The Arc of Kenosha County

The Arc of Racine

The Arc of Southwestern Wisconsin

The Arc-Winnebago County Disability Association

 

Internet Resources

www.thewheelerreport.com

The Wheeler Report is a Wisconsin news service with emphasis on state government.

www.c-span.org

C-SPAN provides basic information on national news and Congressional resources.

www.DisabilityVoice.us

DisabilityVoiceSpace is a website that is part of a larger movement to unite all people with disabilities and organizations for people with disabilities.

www.waisman.wisc.edu

The Waisman Center at The University of Wisconsin is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about human development, developmental disabilities and neurodegenerative diseases.


www.wisconsin.gov

This is the home page for the State of Wisconsin that includes links to all state agencies and the Legislature.


www.pdcouncil.state.wi.us

The Wisconsin Council on Physical Disabilities develops and modifies the state plan for services to people with physical disabilities.

www.drugwatch.com/cerebral-erbs-palsy/

DrugWatch.com is updated constantly with new information about research breakthroughs, clinical trials, recalls and warnings from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). We do our best to make consumers aware of the risks of certain medications and medical devices, to give them a better chance of quality of life.

www.nod.org

The National Organization on Disability provides timely survey research data and various disability related topics.

http://www.birthinjuryguide.org/

Birth Injury Guide is a comprehensive informational resource for families coping with a birth injury. Many types of birth injuries are covered in-depth, including cerebral palsy, Erb's palsy, and brachial plexus injuries.

www.ABILITYJobs.com

The largest stand-alone resume bank for people with disabilities. We help companies fulfill their affirmative action compliance requirements and are committed to expanding awareness about this job site to as many companies as possible.

www.ABILITYMagazine.com

ABILITY Magazine is the largest magazine in the U.S. covering disability issues. We are an award-winning publication, distributed by Time-Warner, with a combined online and print readership of more than one million. For nearly 20 years, our mission has been to provide new insights into our individual levels of ability. From Diabetes to Spinal Cord Injury and celebrity interviews to CEO profiles, ABILITY covers the latest on Health, Environmental Protection, Assistive Technology, Employment, Sports, Travel, Universal Design, Mental Health and much more. Our writers include MDs, PhDs, JDs, best-selling authors, U.S. Senators and advocates. Cover interviews consist of Movie Stars, TV Celebrities, U.S. Presidents, First Ladies and more.

www.ABILITYAwareness.org

Ability Awareness is our non profit organization dedicated to building a world of inclusion for people with health conditions and disabilities. ABILITY Build is our hallmark program which engages volunteers with health conditions and disabilities to build accessible low-income homes.

www.uic.edu/orgs/rrtcamr

The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Aging with Developmental Disabilities provide numerous helpful publications and brochures.

www.activstyle.com

An accessible community resource to assist families in obtaining the medical and incontinence supplies they are eligible for.

http://cms.bsu.edu/academics/collegesanddepartments/teachers/aboutus/outreach/center-for-autism-spectrum-disorder/parent-training

Ball State University of Muncie, Indiana is currently conducting two research studies that use the internet to provide parents and caregivers with training in evidence-based strategies. We are interested in identifying better ways of helping parents gain compliance from their children as well as identifying ways to equip parents to request evidence-based treatments in their child's school.


http://www.fetaweb.com/help/add.htm

Yellow Pages for Kids With Disabilities

http://www.amazon.com/Birth-through-Adulthood-Addressing-Children/dp/0692234993/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1403194818&sr=1-1&keywords=special+needs+advocacy

From Birth through Adulthood: Addressing the Needs of Special Needs Children

http://www.cerebralpalsyguide.com/

Cerebral Palsy Guide aims to be of service to children and families affected by cerebral palsy, by providing free supportive, financial and educational resources.