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Information Centers

These Information Centers are intended to provide you with all of the Internet resources known to us on a selected disability issue - all on one page. You will find links to-

  • national and regional organizations that offer information, services, and other resources relating to the issue
  • related on-line publications
  • information on related conferences, meetings and other public events
  • companies that sell products disability
  • when available, links that will search, with a single click, the AbleData database for assistive products that relate to the specific disability issue.

If you know of an informative or helpful Web resource that was omitted from an information center and you have registered on MyAbleData, you can submit the site for inclusion using the form provided- Link to the Submit a Resource form.

If you choose not to register with my MyAbleData, please e-mail the site's address and a description of its content to

A.T. and Disability Services

Consulting Services

General Disability Resources


Research on A.T. and Disability

Resources for Specific Disabilities

State and Local Resources

U.S. Government Resources

Workplace Resources

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