Find disability rights & laws, information for businesses, accessibility, standards, and links to other federal agencies involved with ADA.
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Get a variety of assistance and guidance for seniors and caregivers in Clark, Cowlitz, Skamania, and Klickitat counties.
Find links to resources for children, families, employment, recreation, and more.
Research services and community partnerships for the developmentally disabled.
Access information and referrals via this national non-profit advancing the “education and general welfare of children and adults of normal or potentially normal intelligence who manifest disabilities of a perceptual, conceptual or coordinative nature."
See how this organization increases public awareness of learning disabilities, conducts education programs and influences policy.
Read basic definitions and follow links to more information on many common learning disabilities.
Read tips for maintaining your health and well-being, while nurturing a self-determined child. Find links to support groups and guides.
Learn American sign language (ASL) one letter or word at a time. Look up phrases and watch video of how to sign it, or plan your own lessons.
Learn about disability benefits, Medicare, and Supplemental Security Income and how to apply for benefits.
Link to a host of websites on different kinds of disabilities and services available to the disabled.
Review accessibility guidelines and standards, technical assistance, research, and training opportunities compiled by the United States government.
Access a variety of housing and services to address the particular needs of low-income families, seniors, and disabled people.
Locate recreation facilities in the state parks system that are ADA compliant.
Access services, resources, and news for vision impaired people, their friends, family, and employers.
Learn about free services, such as downloadable audio or audiobooks by mail, available to Washington residents who are unable to read standard print material.