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ABLENET offers practical products and creative solutions for teaching children with disabilities.
This website provides a comprehensive database of assistive technology products as well as electronic links to a wide variety of private and public disability services.
This site is maintained by a non-profit organization that uses technology to expand the opportunities for all people, including those with disabilities. - This site is maintained by a non-profit organization that uses technology to expand the opportunities for all people, including those with disabilities.
This site provides immediate posting of significant disability newsworthy items, and is arranged by topic area with links to in-depth background material.
The CIRRIE Database currently contains over 10,000 citations of international rehabilitation research published between 1992 and the present.
This organization focuses on computer technology for people with special needs through its bi-monthly newspaper, annual international conference and extensive website.
This is a comprehensive web resource of applications of assistive technology related to vocational rehabilitation needs.
TNET Services is primarily a software development firm whose primary focus is the support of Dimenet, a group of Independent Living Centers that provides services and support for people with disabilities so that they can live on their own with access and dignity.
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