Disability Consulting Service Information Center
Access Exchange International
Access Exchange International (AEI) is a non-governmental organization which promotes accessible public transport for persons with disabilities and seniors in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Russia and eastern Europe. AEI produces several publications on providing public transit options for people with disabilities, and they have a listing of related web resources on their website. They also provide introductory or specialized workshops on all aspects of accessible transport worldwide. [More Information on Access Exchange International]
Appligent Document Solutions
Appligent provide enterprise-class software, services and support to organizations implementing PDF technology. The company specializes in producing accessible PDF documents, including forms. The site also offers a blog and articles by CEO Duff Johnson that provide information on producing accessible PDF materials that comply with federal Section 508 regulations. [More Information on Appligent Document Solutions]
BUTTERFLYWHEEL Motivation, Advocacy & Consulting
BUTTERFLYWHEEL Motivation, Advocacy & Consulting shifts life’s possibilities into reality for people with disabilities, including veterans. Clients receive professional life, career and vision board coaching; self-advocate seminars; talks with K-12 school and youth groups; disability awareness, ADA access and “people first” language training for corporate and community groups, and ADA accessibility site consulting for businesses. BUTTERFLYWHEEL Motivation, Advocacy & Consulting features Monica J. Foster, known as The Life Beyond Limits Coach, and a vibrant amputee on wheels herself. She is a nationally known speaker and trainer, writer and consultant. [More Information on BUTTERFLYWHEEL Motivation, Advocacy & Consulting]
Cantor Access, Inc.
Cantor Access helps make workplaces, schools, and services accessible to those with disabilities. [More Information on Cantor Access, Inc.]
Council on Quality and Leadership
The Council on Quality and Leadership is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the quality of services and supports to people with disabilities. This is accomplished through its accreditation services, training programs, and research division.
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Help-Your-Self, Inc.is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to enhancing accessibility for people with disabilities by providing practical knowledge and tools to improve people's potential for growth and community participation. Help-Your-Self provides tools and services to enable independent living, community integration, reduce barriers, and educate to prevent injuries. [More Information on Help-Your-Self, Inc.]
"HirePotential is a national consulting and employment firm that works with corporations committed to diversity by assisting them with integrating, accommodating and employing the Untapped Workforce. The Untapped Workforce includes people with disabilities, mature workers, veterans and individuals from other niche groups and numbers over 27 million working age people." [More Information on HirePotential]
Mary Jo Peterson, Inc.
Mary Jo Peterson, Inc. is a design studio and consulting firm with specialized expertise in kitchen, bath, and universal/accessible design. [More Information on Mary Jo Peterson, Inc.]
Sequenced Transition to Education in the Public Schools Project
STEPS provides training and technical assistance to enhance the services for young children with disabilities and their families provided by local agencies in in several states. [More Information on Sequenced Transition to Education in the Public Schools Project]
Snowdrop is a consultancy in child development which specialises in providing programmes of rehabilitation for children who suffer developmental difficulties. Those difficulties may be caused by brain injury or by sociocultural sources and might express themselves in many ways, such as cerebral palsy or autism, or more specific problems such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia or specific language impairment (SLI).
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WE MOVE is a not-for-profit (501 C3) organization dedicated to educating and informing patients, professionals and the public about the latest clinical advances, management and treatment options for neurologic movement disorders. There is extensive information on the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for over 20 movement disorders. WE MOVE delivers up-to-date information, ACCME-accredited medical education, and patient-friendly services via traditional and new media. WE MOVE provides services to pharmaceutical companies, device manufacturers, advocacy organizations or foundations, universities, independent CME providers, and communications companies. [More Information on WE MOVE]
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