Useful Links — information and vendor for clothing for the disabled. — Information about Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders. — Angelman Syndrome Foundation, Inc. — For people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. — Center for the Study of Autism. — Autism Society of America. — Brain Injury Association. — A service that will lead you to the information, services, products and providers that will assist you today and help you plan for tomorrow. — The Epilepsy Foundation of America Web Site. — website for the national Kidney Foundation. — Through the Looking Glass (TLG) is a nationally recognized non-profit agency and first National Resource Center for Parents with Disabilities. They provide direct services, training, materials and research concerning families in which a child, parent or grandparent has a disability or medical issue. — Updated medical information everyday from Mayo Clinic. — National Association of Developmental Disabilities Councils. — National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. — National Institute of Health. — National Organization on Disablity. — Disability Info. — This site is the Internet’s central clearinghouse for information on all types of depressive disorders. — Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA). — The Quality Mall site provides information on best person-centered practices and innovations that promote quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities. It uses the concept of a shopping mall that allows virtual visitors to "shop" for best practice products and services to meet their needs. — National Organization for Rare Diseases offers information on several hundred rare diseases as well as links to other rare disease sites. — Internet Drug List. — Center for Self-Determination. — Social Security-Office of Employment Support Programs.

How SSA Decides If You are Disabled.

SSA’s Listing of Impairments.

SSA’s Medical Vocational Guidelines. — U.S. Congress - Legislation. — United Cerebral Palsy. — Americans with Disabilities Act.