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Fuller Theological Seminary (Fuller Psychological and Family Services)
Internet Resources for Families of Children with Disabilities Amen Clinic (SPECT Images)
Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
NanoPac, Inc. NanoPac supplies products and services for individuals with disabilities (low vision,
blindness, reading disabilities, quadriplegia, blind, Legally Blind, reading machines, environmental
controls, voice activation, augmentative communications, hearing impairments, voice recognition, speech
synthesis, text to speech, switches and switch mounts, magnifiers, and door openers).
Kurzweil Educational Systems Kurzweil products provide students with access to text as well as
comprehensive reading, writing, study skills, research, and test taking tools. The software aligns with
Common Core State Standards and is highly customizable for individual special education needs or to
support inclusion in the classroom.
Having disabilities is not an obstacle for students to enter a college.
Various organizations work to help people with disabilities to overcome social, physical, attitudinal
or other difficulties and avoid exclusion from many areas of life. Many employers nowadays offer opportunities
for them to earn decent money. And there are multiple resources, software programs, and technological devices to
help young people with different disabilities to obtain a proper education and subsequent benefits.
Livescribe – Wright Less and Listen More
Freedom Scientific provides superior software solutions for those who are low vision or blind. Whether you are looking for a screen reader, like our world renowned JAWS software or a magnification software such as Fusion, we have a variety of solutions to meet your specific needs, including our OpenBook software that converts printed documents or graphic-based text into electronic text. Our dedicated team of software engineers are constantly working to bring more features and usability enhancements to our products.
Meet The Biz
AbilityFirst strengthens and cultivates skills that give our participants the tools to successfully
navigate each transition in life, including building social connections and independence; employment
preparation, training and experience; and, fun and engaging activities that offer families an
opportunity to refresh and recharge.
The Spectrum Works
We believe that people with autism can be integrated into the workforce through education and
opportunity. Our vision is to change society’s perception of how corporations can seamlessly
employ and integrate people with autism into their workplace.
Exceptional Minds is an academy and studio preparing young adults on the autism spectrum for careers in animation, visual effects, 3D gaming and other related fields in the entertainment industry. We provide technical and work readiness training customized to help students achieve their full artistic and professional potential.
Exceptional Minds is comprised of a vocational academy, post graduate program, and professional post-production studios.
We’ve created a list of the current disability scholarships offered by various foundations and
organizations including a list of general scholarships for students with disabilities, as well as those
specifically aimed towards students with learning disabilities, hearing or visual impairments,
psychological disabilities, or mobility impairments.
Our online course, “Getting Ready for College and Life” has been provided as a 15-week semester course and an 8-week summer course. It has flexibility.