This section contains resources on specific disability topics that may be of interest to people with disabilities, service providers, businesses, government agencies, and others.

While we make every effort to keep these resource links updated, it is possible that links may become inactive. For additional resources on your topic of interest, please use our website search feature.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provides information on its rules requiring broadcasters and cable operators to make local emergency information accessible to people who have hearing or vision disabilities.

This publication from the American Foundation for the Blind is designed to help ensure access for patients who are blind, deaf-blind, or have other vision disabilities.

This searchable collection contains over 7,400 documents on the ADA.

This site, funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), provides information about the ADA, as well as each of the ten regional ADA Cente

This checklist is designed to help identify some common exterior structural barriers at existing health care facilities.

AAHD offers a portal to a wide variety of information on health care, including best practices, news and research, public policy and legal issues, and more.

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals website includes Animal Disaster Preparedness, covering strategies and emergency preparedness training for animals. (This article discusses pets, not service animals).

ASTC includes a variety of information and resources to support science centers and museums in creating accessible facilities, exhibits, programs, and activities.

This agency provides information about the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) and disability issues in air travel, and accepts consumer complaints.

This site is the nation's publicly funded resource for jobseekers, students, employers, and human resource professionals. It includes a comprehensive collection of links and information on training, jobseeking skills, employment law, local service providers and one-stop centers, and much more.

The IDEA Center is within the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo. It is dedicated to improving the design of environments and products so that they are more usable, safer, and more appealing to a broad range of people.

This Center offers a wealth of information on IDEA and other areas of interest to students, parents, and professionals. Many publications are available in Spanish.