Discover resources created to support individuals and families with neurodiversity, such as autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and other learning and thinking differences.
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Community Living Case Management
CLCM provides a wide range of services for individuals and their families who are eligible for services under the Developmental Disabilities criteria in Josephine, Douglas, Curry, and Coos counties.Visit Community Living Case Management
People with disabilities are the largest minority group any person can join at any time, and due to accidents and old age eventually do. Discover information including disabled news and statistics regarding world disabilities, medical breakthroughs, and disability research studies.Visit Disabled World
Disarming Disability deconstructs social stigma for people with disabilities to generate a more understanding and inclusive society.
The Accessible Stall
Casual conversations and friendly arguments about both light and heavy everyday disability topics, with two disabled friends who often have different takes on issues and solutions.
Down to the Struts
Down to the Struts is a podcast that takes a look at accessible design, both physical and cultural, from a wide variety of angles and voices.
Battling the stigma of ASD (autism spectrum disorder) with a firsthand look into the struggles, joy, and comedy of fathering autism.
Join Molly Burke as she shares her journey with blindness and how her disability impacts her life — both the good AND the bad.
Why the dyslexic brain is misunderstood
Though often overshadowed, research has repeatedly shown dyslexia is also associated with specific cognitive strengths.
Explore neurodiversity, its many meanings and find out more about the different types of neurodivergence.
Celebrating scientists with disabilities
The history of science contains many accomplished individuals who have had disabilities during their careers. Explore articles on these recognized scientists throughout the ages.
Explore different aspects of neurodiversity, such as social skills in the workplace, women with autism, navigating college, and more.
Knowing when you need help is a sign of strength. Join one of hundreds of online support groups in this safe and easy to access online resource.Visit Daily Strength
HealthfulChat: an ADHD chatroom
HealthfulChat knows how important it is to be in contact with others in the same position as you. Connect with others in this peer support group.Visit HealthfulChat