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DCAP Autism Resource Guide
From DC Autism Parents
Download DCAP_Autism_Resource_Guide.pdf
Provides parents with children with autism a list of health, advocacy and education resources

Deaf Linx
From deaflinx.com
Deaf Linx is your resource for information on deafness, deaf culture, American Sign Language (ASL) and all other related topics. Deaf Linx firmly believes that deafness is not a disability, but a condition that produces a sub-culture that should be celebrated. Many people are unaware of all the accomplishments that deaf individuals have made and the unique ways in which they have come together to create a distinctive identity. Whether you are a deaf person or someone with hearing loss, looking for other individuals in your area, or you just want to learn about deaf culture or deaf society, our resources on deafness are for you.

Disability .gov
From disability.gov
Provides information for people with disabilities on a wide range of topics from education to employment to independent living etc.

Extraordinary Minds
From Extraordinary Minds
Web Site
Organization that provides support for families and educators of youth with autism in Montgomery County, Md

The National Federation of the Blind
From The National Federation for the Blind
Advocacy organization for the blind and visually impaired.

Pacer Center
From Pacer Center
Network of parents of students with disabilities founded to increase their children's and other students' with disabilities education opportunities

Paul G. Hearn AAPD Leadership Award
From American Association of People with Disabilities
Web Site

The Paul G. Hearne AAPD Leadership Award is an annual award supported by  Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation (MEAF) and AAPD to recognize and honor emerging leaders with disabilities working in the cross-disability civil rights movement. The award is named in honor of Mr. Paul G. Hearne: a pioneer, advocate, activist, and national leader for people with disabilities.

Each year, we select up to two individuals whose work, life, and passion mirrors the life and legacy of Mr. Hearne to receive the annual Paul G.Hearne AAPD Leadership Awards. Hearne Award recipients are featured at the AAPD Leadership Gala in short documentary films chronicling their disability advocacy work. In addition, Hearne Award receipients each receive $10,000 to help them continue their progress as leaders and have an opportunity to meet and network with national disability leaders with AAPD. U.S. residents with any type of disability are eligible to apply.

Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network
From Pennsylvania Department of Education
Advocacy/leadership organization for students with disabilities

From Wrightslaw
Provides information and literature on disability laws as well as advocacy resources to students with disabilities and their parents

The Zarrow Center
From Oklahoma University School of Education
Organization that helps students with disabilities achieve optimal education outcomes through self-determination and other skills

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