Inclusion.com website: links ‘inclusivos’
ADAPT – American Disabled for Attendant Care Programs Today – the most innovative advocacy organization in America – on the edge.
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre – Univ of Toronto – outstanding resource library with excellent search engine.
ADA & Disability Information — Links to ADA and disability related URL’s
Alaska Family Partnership
Allen, Shea & Associates — a technical assistance work group
Alliance for Technology Access – — – great source on “how to connect
ARC — National Organization on Mental Retardation
Autism New Web Page for the National Autism Committee..
Autism Society of Wisconsin
AVANTA – The Virginia Satir Network – 25 Years of Service and Training
Axis Consultation and Training — Disability Rights Website Norman Kunc and Emma Van der Klift, 340 Machleary Street, Nanaimo, BC, Canada, V9R 2G9 Tel: (604)-754-9939 Fax: (604) 754-9930
Bandaids & Blackboards— Wealth of new material – BY CHILDREN – for children – on inclusion of children with chronic illnesses.
Bell Curve Inc. – cassette tapes, CD’s and parent friendly booklets for ‘complex’ children
Building Bridges – from Duncan, BC – a new book and excellent resource people
CADRE – Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education
CAST – Center for Applied Special Technology
Center for Community Inclusion – Univ of Maine…
Children’s Peace Theatre – Robert Morgan – brilliant creative performing for peace.
The Community Living Institute – promoting exemplary practice in community living
Community Works – David & Faye Wetherow 911 Terrien Way, Parksville, BC V9P 1T2 Tel: (250) 248-2531 Fax: (250) 248-2685 E-Mail: email@example.com
Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education — (CSIE) is an information link for anyone interested in “inclusion” in UK. Publisher of the INCLUSION INDEX.
Center on Human Policy National Resource Center on Community Integration Syracuse University, 805 South Crouse Ave., Syracuse, NY, 13244-2280 tel: 315-443-3851 fax: 315-443-4338 An extensive resource center on Community integration – books, slides shows, posters, post cards, T-shirts – consultation.
Child Abuse Survivor Monument Project: An amazing new Canada wide project dedicated to “never again” – preventing Child Abuse. We are on their “Circle of Friends”. They are conducting workshops – and beginning to create a monument (which will be inaugurated in 2000 in Toronto) which like the Aids Quilt and the Vietnam Memorial – are places of enormous healing. Visit and see…
Circle of Inclusion – outreach training project…
Community Education Psychology Service – in Nottingham
Connecticut Assoc. of Personal Assistants – CTAPA – NEW – about personal assistants!!
Corey, Timothy – Outstanding graphic faciliation and training – Seattle based
Council of Canadians with Disabilities – CCD – a powerful resource with excellent clarity on complex issues like Tracy Latimer’s murder.
Crosspoint Anti Racism – Wonderful resource on international connections to inclusion
Cultural Diversity at Work – resources that encourage diverse people to work together
Developmental Disability Centre– University of Alberta – OUTSTANDING reference base for disability related resources.
DIRECT FUNDING – check out the information from Seattle Self-determination conf. July 29-31, 2000
Disability Advocacy: a GREAT new resource – wide ranging connections – excellent resource!
DIVERCITY PRESS – Dave Hingsburger and his works. If you haven’t heard Dave, or read his books – you have missed a treat. He is a passionate advocate for rights for people with labels – and specializes in anti-abuse training – teaching people how to stand up for themselves. You will love or hate Dave and his work – but you won’t forget the experience. Try.
Disability Organizations Network: on line data base of organizations!
Down Syndrome Association of Metro Toronto – good information and great links
Elliot County Schools– a fun school with an active web site
Essex County Association for Community Living – an example of excellence in action for people.
Every Child – a site with a wonderful selection of children’s books – on inclusion
European Association of Inclusion International– – what’s on in Europe…(former ILSMH)
European Colleagues on Inclusion – find out what’s up in Europe…
The Facilitated Communication Institute 370 Huntington Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. 13244-2340
Facilitated Communicating: For the work of Anne Donnellan, Paul Haskew and Martha Leary, 2800 Marshall Court, Madison, WI. 53705 Ph./Fax (608) 238-5340
Family Alliance – A wonderful family advocacy organization – Ontario based – excellent connection point.
Family Network – a Windsor based family support network…
Family Village — a Global Community for Families of Persons who have Disabilities.
Father’s Network — Dad’s Newsletter – Dads Advocating for Dads – a brand new National Father’s Network supporting fathers and families of children with Special Needs – great links.
Gentle Teaching: — Non aversive approaches – John McGee
Georgia Advocacy Office: A wonderful team of brilliant advocates – check them out.
Michael Giangreco – a great training resource – COACH – based in Vermont
Goodwill Industries International
Hasbury, David – Graphic Facilitator, Trainer and Advocate – Toronto Based
Home of Your Own — Project on Housing – have a look.. Univ. of New Hampshire, Morrill Hall, Durham,NH 03824 603-862-4320
Human Policy Press – a great resource – location for many article by John O’Brien & Connie Lyle O’Brien.
ICAD — International Coalition on Abuse and Disability – an electronic mail network on the topic of abuse & disability.
INCLUSION DISTRIBUTION: – Books and Resources for Inclusion – UK based – Kevin Reeves
INCLUSIVE SOLUTIONS – a wonderful training resource based from Nottingham, UK. Colin Newton, Derek Wilson and team. Great trainers. Brilliant Circles work.
Individualized Funding Coalition for Ontario – a great place to connect with others thinking about this issue.
InfoABILITY – a brand new ONTARIO information support service that connects people with support needs to the available resources . . .
Institute on Disability.UAP — Great resource – good books… Univ. of New Hampshire, Morrill Hall Durham,NH 03824 603-862-4320
Institute on Community Integration – UAP – : Improving community services and social support for persons with disabilities and their families Univ. of Minnesota, 109 Pattee Hall, 150 Pillsbury Drive SE Minneapolis MN 55455 612-624-4512
Institute for Policy Research – North Western University Center for Policy Research on Communities – John McKnight’s base.
International Coalition on Abuse and Disability
Interwork Institute – San Diego – find out what some people can do…
Jim Lubin’s Resource Collection – a fabulous resource and research base … visit the stars…
Job Accommodations Network– Excellent information on ‘job’ accommodations.
Kids R Kids– wonderful new web site promoting inclusion for all kids.
Kids Together Inc. – Inclusion for Children – where all people belong
Kingston ACL Association for Community Living – in Kingston, Ontario.
Latimer, Tracy: – Canadian Council on Disabilities – following the Tracy Latimer Story…
Learning Differences: – new site created by parents identifying supportive connections
Lifeworks – A great page on providing support to a number of people with developmental disabilities
McGowan Consultants – Karen Green McGowan – expertees in complex care support.
Mothers from Hell A Powerful Parent Network – with an attitude…
Not Dead Yet! – standing up to be alive!
NCIP — The National Center to Improve Practice in Spec. Ed. through Technology
National Arts and Disability Center – information on full inclusion in media/arts…
National Council on Intellectual Disability – Australia – What’s Down-Under
National Institute on Life Planning for Persons with Disabilities (US)
National Parent Network on Disabilities – (USA)
National Organization on Disabilities – (USA)
Natural Ties – a page about building a circle of support
Neighbours – an outstanding human service organization in NJ – reaching out to individuals
Neil Squire Foundation: excellent Canadian technical assistance and support
New England Comprehensive Assistance Center – technical assistance/school reform
NICHCY – National Information Center on Children and Youth
NWTDT – Northwest Training Development Team – in UK – training options in UK..
OACL – Ontario Association for Community Living
Parents Helping Parents Family Resource Center
PARENTS, INC.– Parents Assisting Families of Children with Disabilities
Pathways Awareness Foundation – Education for/about children with movement and physical challenges
PEOPLE FIRST – HAVERING, ESSEX, UK – Outstanding advocacy and self-advocacy. Also linked to 4D Training – for presentations and workshops.
David Pitonyak: Finding new stories for people with disabilities. Web site in English and some Spanish www.dimagine.com
Project Enable– enabling information from West Virginia Univ.
REACH of Louisville, KY – resources for Education, Adaptation, Change and Health
SAFE NY – Schools Are For Everyone network …
Sibling Resources– Resources for siblings of families that need support
Special Education Resources – excellent resource network
TASH – the advocacy network organization you need to join…
UNESCO — United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
U.S. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
U.S. Dept. of Education – IDEA 97
Very Special Arts Massachusetts
Williams Syndrome — Facts from The Canadian Association for Williams Syndrome
Windsor-Essex Family Network..
World Disability Sites
The Wounded Healer — Points of Departure for Psychotherapists and Other Survivors of Abuse