Disability Information

The websites listed are for informational purposes only. Inclusion on this list does not constitute an endorsement by the CSD.

  • Access Unlimited: Disability Link Barn
    At Access Unlimited we believe that mobility, like people, comes in all shapes and colors.  We celebrate the rich diversity of our customers’ needs by creating products that allow easy access to ANY vehicle, from cars and vans to trucks and SUVs. We believe that adaptive equipment should be unobtrusive and should meet the needs of its user with a minimum of modification to vehicle or lifestyle.  We believe every person should be able to choose the vehicle they like best, regardless of their disability.
  • American Network of Community Options and Resources
    ANCOR is a nonprofit trade association representing private providers who provide supports and services to people with disabilities. ANCOR is distinguished in this industry by its balance of leading practices resources and advocacy for member agencies and the people and families they serve and support.
  • Cornucopia of Disability Information (CODI)
    CODI serves as a community resource for consumers and professionals by providing disability information in a wide variety of areas. It consists of both an Internet Directory of Disability Information and a repository of electronic disability documents, dating back to the early 1990s. Many of the documents on CODI are publicly available nowhere else on the Internet.
  • Disability History Museum
    The Disability History Museum’s mission is to promote understanding about the historical experience of people with disabilities by recovering, chronicling, and interpreting their stories.  Our goal is to help foster a deeper understanding of disability and to dispel lingering myths, assumptions, and stereotypes by examining these cultural legacies.
  • Disability Information and Resources
    This site serves as a resource to provide useful information regarding disability resource on the internet.
  • Disability Resources: Connecticut
    Disability Resources allows one to search their state to find disability organizations or agencies in your home state.
  • Disability Rhetoric
    This is a website for, and about, people studying, teaching, and researching at the intersection of disability studies and rhetoric/composition. “Disability rhetoric” – speaks to those of us in rhetoric who “do” disability studies, and also challenges the idea that discussions about language and disability are “just rhetoric.”
  • Disaboom
    Disaboom is an interactive online community for those with disabilities and their caregivers, friends, families, organizations, medical providers and others.
  • The Boulevard
    The Boulevard is a disability resource directory of products and services for the physically challenged, elderly, caregivers and healthcare professionals.
  • We Connect Now
    We Connect is dedicated to uniting people interested in rights and issues affecting people with disabilities, with particular emphasis on college students and access to higher education and employment issues.
  • WebMD
    WebMD provides valuable health information, tools for managing your health, and support to those who seek information. You can trust that our content is timely and credible. Read more About WebMD.