This document provides guidelines to promote the inclusion of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities at meetings and conferences.
Circle of Friends establishes friendships between students with developmental disabilities and their peers without disabilities through inclusive meaningful participation on school campuses as well as within their community.
This guide includes information and tips for hair stylists, parents and caregivers.
This section of the website contains information for girls with acute and chronic illnesses as well as physical, cognitive and developmental disabilities.
Autism ALERT, Inc. strives to encourage a strong and purposeful partnership between individuals with autism and their caregivers, first responders, and the communities in which they live.
Guide: Indiana Resource Center for Autism – Making Choices: Exploring Campus Recreational and Social Opportunities
This guide is intended to help college students with autism and other developmental disabilities navigate through the diﬀerent steps associated with ﬁnding new recreational activities on campus.
Ability Online is a free, monitored online community for kids, teens and young adults of all abilities.
Through the arts, the Autism Acceptance Project seeks social acceptance, inclusion and equality for individuals with autism.
The ILRU (Independent Living Research Utilization) program is a national center for information, training, research, and technical assistance in independent living.
This document reveals and quantifies key findings from Easter Seals’ study relating to financial planning, education, family life, independence, recreation and other areas.