Site Summary: "DisabilityWorld is a new web-zine dedicated to advancing an exchange of information and research about the international independent living movement of people with disabilities. The
web-zine is the heart of a larger project, IDEAS for the New Millennium, funded in 1999 by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research as a five-year project." Quoted from the Website
Site Summary: The site is a directory of resources for individuals, their families, and providers to find the best resources on the Net. Independent Living Centers are one of the main audience of the site. We have information for their staff, management (IL Resource Page), board members, and of course useful links for the consumers of IL services, to all federal government and state government web sites (as an example).
Site Summary: We aim to achieve, through direct involvement of disabled people on a world-wide basis, a major and truly global portal web site, the facilities and contents of which will be determined by organisations for disabled people, as well as disabled individuals themselves. To that end we need the support of disabled people globally as contributors, editors, advisors and members. Language specialists would be very welcome too. It is a genuine opportunity to make (or to cause to make) a difference.
Site Summary: The Center will collect and present best practices in areas related to disability and accessibility issues.
The Center will collect disability-related Internet resources, including resources that may be helpful to the disability community. These resources will be presented in a manner that is accessible to the widest user audience. The Center will develop and make available the techniques used to make these presentations and will assist those who wish to use our methods.