A Guide to Resources for People With
Microsoft Accessibility Features
Library Services for People With
Look for books, videos, and other
materials on disabilities in our
catalog: Search for specific
disabilities by entering the topic, such
as deafness, into the keyword search box
or stop by the Reference Desk and a
Reference Librarian will find the
resources you need.
National Internet Resources
American Association of People with
AAPD does not provide services to
individuals with disabilities but
organizes the disability community for
social, political and economic change.
800-840-8844 (Toll Free V/TTY)
Provides national and state information
for people with disabilities on topics,
including civil rights, community life,
education, employment, and housing.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
DAV is a nonprofit organization that provides medical and legislative
advocacy, employment, social support,
and transportation services.
(859) 441-7300 (V)
A complete list of federal and state
benefits with a confidential
prescreening tool to determine which
benefits you may qualify to receive.
Learning Disabilities Online
The leading Web site on learning
disabilities for parents, teachers, and
National Center for Independent
NCIL advanced independent living and the
rights of people with disabilities
through consumer-driven advocacy.
877-525-3400 (Toll Free V/TTY)
National Organization on Disability
The NOD researches, develops and
demostrates creative approaches to
disability employment issues.
646-505-1191 Ext. 122 (V)
Regional Internet Resources:
An information site that directs people
to services for people with disabilities
in Massachusetts. You can search
by disability or by location.
DRM guide to disability resources in
Links to almost 50 categories of
disabilities organizations in
Federation for Children with Special
Parent and parent organizations who work
together on behalf of children with
special needs in Massachusetts.
Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI)
This group supports the rights of
children and adults with disabilities to
participate in all aspects of the
community, advocating for personal
choice, self-determination, and social
and economic justice. Based at the
University of Massachusetts Boston with
additional offices at Children's
Voice:(617) 287-4300; TTY: (617)
New England ADA & Accessible IT
The center facilitates voluntary and
effective compliance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Contact the Information Services desk
for more information or help using these
firstname.lastname@example.org or call
978-623-8401, ext. 32.