Disability Communities: Specific Health and Disability Groups and Clubs Document List
Although some of these documents from our Groups and Communities category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Groups and Communities Publications:
Loss of disability benefit payments (SSD, SSI) due to updates, pictures and videos being used as evidence against you on social media web sites like Twitter, FaceBook and Instagram.
Google+ to close on 2nd April 2019, all profiles, pictures, videos, posts and pages plus all your Google+ comments on all sites will be deleted and the feature will be removed from Blogger by Feb. 4th 2019.
Parents of kids with rare disease lead urgent push for cure - Global Family Advisory Board to aid critical race to cure NGLY1 deficiency.
Award-winning wheelchair cooling backrest cushion start-up, wheelAIR, are seeking outgoing manual wheelchair users to join their exclusive wheelAIR PRO community.
PlusInc promotes size-friendly policy initiatives including combating size related discrimination and stigma through educational and social activities.
Information regarding founding and mission of DAWN-RAFH to end isolation, poverty, violence and discrimination experienced by women with disabilities.
ClusterBusters is a non-profit research and educational organization dedicated to finding effective treatment of cluster headaches worldwide.
Economic stability affects people with disabilities and family members whether a person with a disability is living independently or in long-term care.
Different states in America can provide services to people who are eligible for Medicaid whose incomes do not exceed 150% of poverty.
The Down syndrome Education website offers people a very comprehensive and reliable source of updated information and resources.
Net Literacy works to increase digital literacy and inclusion while giving student volunteers life and job skills by serving communities.
The Netbuddy website features ideas and handy tips submitted by parents teachers care providers and therapists who have experience with learning disabilities.
A Touch of Understanding provides disability awareness programs designed to educate new generations with understanding of challenges associated with disabilities.
The DVNF serves the needs of underserved veterans including homeless veterans, women veterans, and veterans who experience PTSD, brain injuries, and invisible disabilities.
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Men for Women Now community will be the foremost online destination for men affected by a loved ones cancer diagnosis.
New website developed specifically for Canadians brings together information on fibromyalgia including research and data about the condition.
Features of Google+ include the ability to create hangouts using your webcam and adding areas of interest under Sparks section.
Urging veterans to join Together We Served and create a record of their service for the benefit of their families and future generations.
Website illustrates growing number of working age Americans who experience a disabling illness or injury lasting for 30 days or longer.
Information Connections is an informative website for parents of children with developmental disabilities and chronic diseases.
FamilyFriends is an innovative community and social network for parents and caregivers of visually impaired children.
Diabetes is only one illness in the rapidly growing list for which there are online social networks with thousands of users.
Core Childrens Services launch of new website to promote the broad range of services available for children young people and families across the UK.
Enabling elderly and disabled to remain in their own homes by locating live-in help provided by those in need of housing.
My Optimal Health Club leverages power of coaching and self-management for chronic illness.
Inclusive Connections Website supports parents and friends of children with disabilities by providing a social networking forum.
Protecting your privacy on Facebook and MySpace is very important especially if you expect to be tracked down by a collection agency for unpaid debts.
UroMed Launches New Urological and Continence Care Website for People Seeking Catheters and Medical Supplies.
Inclusive Connections Website community will support parents and friends of children with disabilities by providing up-to-date information.
Manufacturers around the world will be bringing robotic exoskeletons for wheelchair users to the global disability market.
Social networking platform for people with disabilities and their families.
The HAI WATCHDOG Community is a place online where healthcare providers can discuss best practices for defeating HAIs.
Unified organization to be known provisionally as the Disability Rights Partnership.
Minister for Disability Services has called on Australians seeking to support Spina Bifida Awareness Week.
Connecting franchisers employers and educational institutions with men and women who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life.
People with disabilities can earn extra income online with $100 per referral Freedom Disability Referral Program for disabled.
System to link persons with disabilities to affordable housing in their home communities.
Disability.gov provides comprehensive information about disability related programs services laws and benefits.
Disaboom.com was an online social network for the disabled and information resource for people with disabilities.
Dear Cancer is a cancer community where anyone affected by cancer can express his or her feelings or story.
Save the Patient provides information for people related to health care including health care providers.
ElderChicks.com community is for senior women to meet and learn from each other online.
Online social networking community for amputees and persons affected by limb loss.
Online communities offer people with chronic illnesses such as diabetes wireless healthcare services via mobile phones and the internet.
Live-At-Home.com is a free Web site designed to assist seniors with aging at home.
The untold burden of loss and grief one in seven americans lose a parent or sibling before the age of 20.
Care Matters online community offering support and simple solutions to make caregiving less complicated.
Virtual Senior Center uses computer video and Internet technology to create interactive experience for homebound seniors.
eClinic Offers a Host of Health and Wellness Information and Expertise Regardless of Physical Location.
Fab Over Fifty website where women over fifty share wisdom and recommendations about beauty fashion health books restaurants and wine.
Information on The Corporation for Artistic Development and Legacy disability galleries and museums.
Patient Share community helps patients share treatment experiences to help find effective cures and treatments.
Starbright World is an online social network for sick teens and teen siblings of sick kids.
The Spectrum Network for adults with mental illness and people who experience developmental physical or intellectual disabilities.
ChildRC.com contains tools contacts and references for parents in need of care for their child afflicted by a birth injury.
Not Alone draws on a group of unique individuals with personal experiences in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
International social networking website specifically designed for people with learning disabilities.
Mosaic is a faith based organization that serves people with developmental disabilities in several states in America.
My Child Without Limits is a place for parents worried that their child is not developing like other children.
The quality of a persons community group social life could have greater impact than diet and exercise on their health and well-being.
Livewire Siblings is a free safe and supportive community where young people can meet and chat online with other siblings.
Disability.gov offers comprehensive information about programs and services to better serve more than 50 million Americans with disabilities.
Best Buddies promotes integrated employment and leadership development for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A review of the BC Coalition of People with Disabilities Website a provincial cross disability site in British Columbia.
The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion is part of a national network of University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities UCEDD.
Wheelchair Pride is a new blog which has just been released but wheelchair pride is more than just a blog it is a movement.
Support groups provide an important avenue toward learning more about Parkinsons disease.
The Deaf community can easily find information see latest classes and events and purchase items from the gift shop all online.
Raising Children Network will today launch the national website for parents of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
While most everyone has experienced loneliness at some point it is todays seniors who are most likely to feel alone and lonely.
Healthlink Worldwide is the specialist health and development agency that empowers through communication.
CAHD concentrates on all types of community groups including disability and those not normally included in development programs.
Create a blog at Disabled World and build your reputation as an expert in the health and disability community.
Livewire is an online disability community for Australian children with disabilities or illnesses to communicate with other kids.
A press release about Disabled World written on February 21st 2009 by Thomas C. Weiss M.A..
Disabled World an online community for persons with disabilities announced today the opening of their new online community for people with disabilities and health problems.
Information on social networking defined as grouping individuals together into specific groups like a small community or neighborhood.
List of online disability community social networking websites for the disabled and health impaired.
A Disability Community is defined as a meeting place for persons with disabilities Disabled World provides a free disability community for seniors and the disabled.
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