Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon
(*) Resource directory for Oregon families, caregivers and consumers seeking information about long-term supports and services. Find quick and easy access to resources in your community.
Northwest ADA Center
(*) The Northwest ADA Center is committed to increasing accessibility and acceptance for people with disabilities. There are tools and resources for businesses, governments, individuals, and professionals such as architects on this site.
(*) This site connects the disability community to information & opportunities about such topics as benefits, civil rights, health, housing, and much more. The site has several options for increased accessibility, including a text-size adjuster.
Americans with Disabilities Act - ADA.gov
(*) This government site provides a wealth of information for Americans with disabilities. Here, you can find links to federal resources and to ADA publications, plus a lot more.
Oregon Department of Human Services
Oregon's state Department of Human Services includes Disability Services, as well as others. Oregonians with disabilities can find information here about benefits, eligibility, and other available state services.
Oregon Disability Sports
This organization, based in Portland, offers a variety of adaptive sports options for Oregonians with disabilities. The site contains an extensive directory to other sports and activities for disabled Oregonians throughout the state.
Oregon r.i.s.e. Center
Located in Salem, this center provides trainings, a library, and web resources for parents and families with children and youth living with disabilities.
Oregon Association for the Deaf
An online community hub for deaf and hard-of-hearing Oregonians, this site provides deaf-accessible event information, newsletters, a discussion forum, and more.
irsc.org | Internet Resource for Special Children
Gateway to disability and other health-related resources. The organization targets children and parents of children with disabilities and other health-related disorders.
Christopher Reeve Spinal Cord Injury and Paralysis Foundation
Find resources, information, and community on this site for people living with paralysis. The site is highly accessible - it's provided in multiple languages and there's a link for a free disabilities-friendly web browser.
The Family Village
This site, provided by the Waisman Center at the University of Wisconsin, acts as a social hub for people with disabilities and the people in their lives.
Job Accommodation Network
Find a library, publications, and a database all about workplace accommodations or the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Employers, as well as medical, legal, and rehab professionals can find useful information, too.
American Foundation for the Blind
This site connects users to a ton of resources about vision loss and blindness. The site has many accessibility features, allowing users to adjust text size and color, as well as font.
National Library Service for the Blind
Find information about national library services for the blind and physically handicapped. Eligible users may receive braille and/or audio library materials for free through this service.