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Trace Resource and Development Center
The Trace Center is an interdisciplinary research, development and resource center on technology and disability. It is part of the Waisman Center and the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Wisconsin -Madison. The mission of the Center is: "To advance the ability of people with disabilities to achieve their life objectives through the use of communication, computer and information technologies."
Partnerships in Assistive Technology(PAT)
Non-Profit organization committed to helping people who are disabled access and use the Internet, including training and support
Breaking New Ground
Information related to assitive technology, the ranch, the farm, and agriculture.
Listing of other assistive technology and disability sites for disability-related internet resources
Technical assistance and disability related issues surrounding assistive technology
National Information Center for children and Youth with Disabilities
Maryland's WorkTech FastFacts
FastFacts are consumer friendly information publications on job accommodation strategies and the employability of individuals with disabilities.
Center for Universal Design
Located at NC State University, the Center was established to improve the quality and the availability of housing and products for people with disabilities. At this site is a downloadable (PDF) copy of "The Universal Design File: Designing for People of All Ages and Abilities"
A national assistive technology project created by United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago and United Cerbral Palsy Associations, Inc., Washington DC. Infinitec provides resource information from adapted computers to adapted cars and how to take an accessible vacation.
Independent Living Research Utilization Program
An on-line library of independent living-related resource materials that have been developed by staff at independent living centers and other organizations involved in the independent living and disability rights movements.
National Rehabilitation Information Center NIDRR Program Directory and its companion Compendium of Products in keyword-searchable databases.
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