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Services for Students with Disabilities

Internet resources

The Faculty Room

A leading resource for faculty members with information on accommodating students with disabilities for the DO-IT Program at the University of Washington.


Disability Etiquette Handbook

An excellent resource for staff and faculty on relating to and working with individuals with disabilities.


Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic

Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic is recognized as the nation's leading educational lending library of academic and professional textbooks on audio tape from elementary through post-graduate and professional levels. They have an online catalog of more than 78,000 books on tape.


Accommodations for People with Psychiatric Disabilities

A leading resource for faculty members with information on accommodating students with disabilities for the DO-IT Program at the University of Washington.


The Americans with Disabilities Act Document Center

A collection of documents related to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Including regulations and technical assistance manuals published by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Justice.


The HEATH Resource Center

A national clearinghouse on post-secondary education for individuals with disabilities.


The Learning Toolbox

A Web site of study tools for students with disabilities. Provides information on organization and time management, test taking, reading, math, study skills, note taking and writing. Very helpful.


Gates to Adventure

Information for students who are deaf or hard of hearing on transitioning from high school to college.


UMKC Institute for Human Development

UMKC's Institute for Human Development serves the disability community through community programs and services.


Missouri College Guidebook

The Missouri College Guidebook provides indispensable information for students, parents and others about transitioning from high school to college for students with disabilities. It is an excellent resource for all students with disabilities preparing to go to college.