List of Disability Newsletters to Subscribe To
Synopsis: A list of newsletters regarding disability issues and news that can be read online or subscribed to via email. Do you publish an informative newsletter relating to disabilities? To have your resource listed on this page please contact us and include as many details regarding your publication as possible.
Many disability organizations publish online newsletters, or magazines, often e-mailed to subscribers. This is a list of newsletters regarding disability issues and news that can either be read online, or subscribed to via email.
- Disabled World: Subscribe to our weekly newsletter by simply filling in your name and email address in the Newsletter Sign-up box - NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.
- The Loop! A quarterly newsletter updating subscribers on the upcoming and ongoing projects of Dr. Lynette Louise ("The Brain Broad"). Lynette is an international brain change and behavior expert specializing in autism and is on the cutting edge of treating autism, Parkinson's, ADHD, depression, and other brain-related disorders. She is also the single mother of eight now adult children; six adopted, four with autism and a variety of other diagnosis - read previous newsletters or signup here.
- WHO newsletter on disability and rehabilitation: WHO newsletter dedicated to disability and rehabilitation and aimed to keep you abreast of WHO's activities in this area. It will be produced three times a year and distributed via e-mail.
- Spotlight on Disability Newsletter: This publication of the Office on Disability Issues in Psychology features ongoing advocacy efforts by committees within APA, and highlights up-to-date research on disability and health from all over the world.
- LD OnLine: Learning disabilities and ADHD. Sign up to receive news and information about key issues in reading, learning disabilities, and other areas of learning.
U.S. Disability Newsletters:
- Digital Accessibility Digest blog: Online accessibility blog includes Microassist-original and curated news and information of interest to web, content, and application developers, as well as IT departments and legal counsel. Content focuses on the importance of implementing WCAG 2.0- and Section 508-specified accessibility practices that make digital materials perceivable, navigable, and usable by people with disabilities. Content from our Accessibility in the News e-newsletter feature highlights articles is also included with additional commentary.
- AAHD: Publishes an informative, timely and interesting electronic quarterly newsletter for AAHD members and others interested in the field of disability and health.
- Diversity World: A medicinal concoction of insights, information, tools, and resources designed to cure ailing and impoverished workplaces by increasing the opportunities for people with disabilities to participate equitably in the workforce.
- BellaOnline: Strictly adheres to a No Spam policy. Your email address will never be sold or used for anything other than their Disabilities Newsletter.
- The Family Center on Technology and Disability: Provides a wide range of resources on instructional and assistive technologies, from introductory fact sheets through CEU's for practitioners and educators.
- E-News from MobilityWorks - My Mobility: Sponsored by BraunAbility, providers of the Entervan, Entervan XT, Entervan RE and Rampan wheelchair minivan conversions.
Disability Newsletters Canada:
- Alberta Seniors Premier's Council Publications: Disability in Focus, newsletter of the Premier's Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities.
- BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society: The newsletter distribution is quarterly and includes articles and concerns raised directly from the First Nations/Aboriginal disabled community and others associated with the disabled. Members automatically receive a copy of the newsletter.
- e-Spoken: Enter your email address to receive their free bi-monthly electronic newsletter.
U.K. Disability Newsletters:
- Disability Research E-Newsletters: Provided to Breakthrough's Independent Employment Advocacy Center as an information resource by the Research Institute for Health and Social Change (RIHSC), Manchester Metropolitan University, in association with the Center for Rehabilitation Studies, Stellenbosch University (South Africa) and the Center for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin.
- Disability Equality NW's Newsletter: DENW produces a newsletter four times per year. If you are a member you should receive these automatically.
- Disability Voice: Accessible newsletter available every month in English and French.
- Disability Federation of Ireland: For newsletter queries and submissions, please contact email@example.com
- BBC - Radio 4: Peter White's You & Yours Disability Newsletter.
Australian Disability Newsletters:
- NSW CID E-news: A monthly email news bulletin to update NSW Council for Intellectual Disability (NSW CID) members and supporters of recent NSW CID activities. It contains news, events and information relevant to people with intellectual disability and their advocates.
- Australian Federation of Disability Organizations: The AFDO Newsletter allows you to stay informed on their latest news via email subscription.
- IDEAS Online: The IDEAS' website provides a high quality accessible web portal for people with disability and people with age related disability, their families, carers and other supporters to access and search for information that promotes their independence. IDEAS produces 6 printed newsletters a year, keeping younger people with disability and people with aged related disability, their families and carers up-to-date and informed on services, products, workshops, forums and issues relating to aged and disability services. The newsletter is available in alternative formats (such as audio and plain text) on request.
- Warringah Disability Newsletter: To receive a newsletter by email in Microsoft Word, pdf format or large print, provide your name, email address, organization and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9942 2686.
- Disability News - Infoxchange Australia: Receive weekly Disability and Community News updates.
Schools and University Disability Newsletters:
- Newsletter for Students with Disabilities at Flinders University: Students with Disabilities Newsletter.
- PACER Newsletters on Disability, Special Needs Information, Parenting: PACER's main newsletter; information on special education, PACER programs, and resources.
- Disability Newsletter: Published by the Disabled Students Programs & Services staff at College of the Redwoods.
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