Tuesday, November 3, 2009

National Resource Directory for Veterans Useful for Others, Too

I recently came across a Resource Directory as a result of a feed from disability.gov. The title of the particular page that addresses adaptive technology for automobiles is "Where Can I Learn About Adapting Automobiles for Disabilities." (Available at http://tinyurl.com/y8q5syf) Although nominally for "Wounded, Ill, and Injured service members," this site has a wealth of information that would be useful to almost everyone in the disability community. If you are part of the disability community, whether disabled, yourself, a family member, or volunteer, or a person who works with the disabled, please take some time to explore this wonderful site. You might also go to the government's Disabilities Web Site and choose one of the alternatives on the right-hand side of the page to stay updated.

As long as I am making reference to one Resource Directory, another Resource Directory can be found at by the Center for Infants and Children with Special Needs (at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center). This is a fantastic resource to find help for anyone, child or adult, who has a disability. (Available at http://tinyurl.com/ycagagj)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

National Resource Directory (www.nationalresourcedirectory.gov) is a great site. Thanks for sharing!

Ellen Victor said...

Disability.gov sends updates to me via Twitter. I learn of a new and interesting resource almost daily. I recently blogged about this site myself at http://bit.ly/8fwQo. Thanks for sharing the link to Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

Nora Jean Levin said...

Disability.gov will be"tweeting" about Caring From a Distance tomorrow, November 5th on http://twitter.com/disabilitygov. CFAD is a non-profit organization listed as a trusted caregiver resource in the Disability.gov website, the National Resource Directory and www.usa.gov. Invite you to visit our website to learn more about the services and information we provide for free to a seeking public.

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