AARP is a nonprofit organization that offers special deals and discounts for people aged 50 and older and helps them improve the quality of their lives.
AbleNet is an international company that provides assistive technology and curriculum solutions to help students and adults with disabilities achieve their educational goals.
The Ability Hub offers adaptive technology such as speech recognition software and screen readers to help people with disabilities operate and access computers.
ACCSES works to promote legislation and other initiatives to maximize employment and living opportunities for people with disabilities.
Find items for children with special needs, including swings, carseats, pushchairs and strollers, trainers, bathing aids, classroom devices and much more.
Adult Enrichment provides an active life-skills day program to help mentally alert adults with physical and other disabilities find focus, use their gifts and talents, and enrich their lives.
UDS participates in the Amazon Smile program. When you pick UDS as your charity of choice and shop on Smile.Amazon.com, Amazon will donate a small portion of the proceeds to UDS. It does not cost you anything, you just have to choose UDS the first time, and then use the smile.amazon link provided.
The Americans With Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, education, transportation, communication, recreation, and more.
The Boulevard is a resource directory of products and services for the physically challenged, elderly, caregivers and healthcare professionals.
Use this convenient map to find Independent Living Centers (ILCs) in your area. ILCs help people access housing, employment, transportation and more.
A U.S. government website providing resources to help people apply for disability benefits, find a job, get health care or pay for accessible housing.
Shop for a wide range of assistive technology and products for people with disabilities, including everything from garden sprayers to shaggy switches.
Provided by Penn State in partnership with the PA Department of Aging and AARP, this site features resources to support kinship caregivers and intergenerational families.
Browse this site to learn more about how people can stay in their own homes and out of nursing homes and other institutions.
HIppocampe offers a full line of all-terrain wheelchairs and accessories to take people with disabilities wherever they want to go.
Available by paid subscription, Inclusion Daily Express is the world’s only international disability rights news service.
ILS offers in-home non-medical personal care for elderly individuals and those with disabilities. Helping to keep people independent in their own homes for over 25 years!
I M Able removes obstacles that prevent people affected by disabilities from being physically active by providing grants, resources, fitness opportunities and athletic events.
This web page provides links to IRS publications and forms relevant to people with disabilities.
The Link provides information and ease of entrance to long-term services and supports for people aged 60 and over and adults with disabilities.
Leave A Legacy® is a national public awareness campaign to inspire people from all walks of life to consider legacy giving.
Leg Up Farm is a nonprofit therapy center in York County, Pennsylvania, for children with disabilities and developmental delays.
This website provides up-to-date support to mesothelioma patients and family members.
This website provides information about pleural mesothelioma including symptoms, treatment options and steps to take after a diagnosis.
Shop for mobility solutions including accessible vans, home modification, scooters, power chairs, auto lifts, ramps and wheelchairs.
This web page features helpful links and information on funding for assistive technology and accommodations in the workplace.
One more way connects job candidates with disabilities, including veterans, with hiring managers from a range of government and private employers.
PATF provides helps people with disabilities and older Pennsylvanians finance assistive technology devices and services that improve the quality of their lives.
Provided by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, this free service loans assistive technology devices to Pennsylvanians with disabilities.
PBHAC is a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations concerned about the unmet mental health and substance abuse needs of older Pennsylvanians.
PADDC is working to create inclusive communities throughout Pennsylvania through advocacy, systems change and capacity building for people with disabilities.
This website provides a free service for finding and listing affordable homes for sale and rent in Pennsylvania.
This organization matches parents, family members and caregivers of children and adults with disabilities or special needs for mentoring and support.
Parents' Source publishes parenting information and news about local events for families in southeastern Pennsylvania.
This website offers instructions for protecting yourself and your family during a disaster from the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.
REEP is an online classified ad service to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it.
Schreiber provides family-centered education and therapy programs for infants, children and adolescents with disabilities and developmental delays.
Tabor Community Services helps Lancaster County, PA residents by teaching them the skills they need to solve their housing and financial problems.
This website provides a comprehensive resource that helps people not only understand, but access social security disability benefits. This guide will help answer common questions like qualifications, application process, as well as a calculator that can help estimate monthly and annual benefits.