Cognitive Web Accessibility: U.S. Web Sites Designed for People with Cognitive Disabilities

These Web sites, of organizations located in The United States, intend to be accessible to people with cognitive disabilities.

  • The ArcLink
    "Harnessing the power of the Internet to provide people with developmental disabilities the information and resources to exercise informed choice to live self-determined and fulfilling lives in their communities...".
  • Find My Roommate
    "FindMyRoommate is an online matching service for people with disabilities and their family members and, in some states, for people open to sharing a home with someone with a disability."
  • VoteMyWay
    "Your all-inclusive election resource dedicated to serving Ilinoisians with developmental disabilities and their families"
  • Information about Medicaid for people with cognitive disabilities
    State-by-state info in categories: Community, Health, At Home, Work. Subsections include audio- and video synopses by a person presumably with an intellectual disability. Sponsored by TheArcLink Inc. Developed by MEDSTAT and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Subcontractor: The Arc of the United States.
  • disAbility Navigator
    Service-provider directory of over 21,000 resources available to all Virginians. "... by and for people with disabilities and their families living in Northern Virginia ...".
  • Cooking Made Easy
    Web site of cookbook for people with developmental disabilities
  • Speaking For Ourselves
    "An independent, grassroots advocacy organization run by and for people with developmental disabilities."
  • VOA News - Learning American English With News
    Web site designed for audiences who are not native speakers of English. The same characteristics that make its news articles accessible to that population also help make them accessible to people with cognitive disabilities.
  • Self-Advocacy Online : A network of self-advocates and self-advocacy organizations
    An educational- and networking Web site for teens and adults with intellectual- and other developmental disabilities.

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