Top Disability Websites

Directory of the Top Disability Websites Providing
Resources and Services for the Disabled Community

Top Disability Websites

Disabled Children - Websites

Websites offering assistance for children with a disability or
special needs and their parents or carers

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Valley's exclusive calendar of events site for the special needs community. We provide local, national, and international events, and resources for our very special community.
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Mouth Above the Water
A humorous and honest perspective of a father helping raise a daughter with cerebral palsy.
Daisy UK
Daisy UK's three-fold approach to equality and inclusion. Assisting disabled people to fulfill their true potential and grasp opportunities, through sports, education and employment.
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SPED Child and Teen of Greater Massachusetts
Disability Conferences, Workshops, Camps and Camp Fairs, Recreation and more for Greater Massachusetts
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BOSP (Brighter Opportunities through Supported Play)
Brighter Opportunities through Supported Play is an Ofsted Outstanding registered charity in Essex, which offers support to families by providing fun short break care for their children and young people with learning and physical disabilities.
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Integrating Art into the Curriculum for All Abilities
National VSA Teaching Artist Fellow bringing visual art programs to students of all abilities. Learn math, science, anti-bullying and more while building a permanent outdoor waterfall & mural at your school.
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An independent site created to help parents/carers of children and young people with disabilities in and around Ealing, UK. Plenty of information wherever you live though!
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Real Opportunities
Real Opportunities is a transition project that works accross South Wales to support young people with a learning disability, sever and complex needs or an Autistic Spectrum Disorder to become as independent as possible in their adult lives.
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Childrens Disability Directory
From early intervention through adolescence, children with special needs depend upon all of us for guidance, support and caring. Children who receive these basic necessities of life will be healthier and happier.
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Adaptive Clothing for Children with disabilities
Designed with the additional needs of those with disabilities and special needs in mind all of our clothing is hand made with care and delivered straight to your doorstep. With clothes that are made to measure and can discreetly incorporate access to medi...
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Thomas Marshall Does It All
Thomas Marshall Does It All is a blog about raising a blind child. Tom has bilateral Persistent Fetal Vasculature Syndrome, glaucoma, and other eye conditions. But he is much more than his eyes!

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