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UK portal for learning disability news, policy, articles, links, and discussion. Information about Paradigm's courses and conferences.

A special needs resource covering medical issues, education, treatments and therapies and other information to those with a disability, their family and carers. Includes a list of support networks.

Tips on accessible travel, factsheets on specific disabilities, information on the ADA, and disability news.

A resource for anyone interested in Deaf Art, particularly the category defined by Deaf View/Image Art (De'VIA).

A resource that exclusively features performing artists, musicians and comedians, all of whom have a disability.

Encourages and enables persons with disabilities to have full access to arts programs and facilities and participate fully in the cultural and artistic life of Raleigh.

A collective of artists and performers who identify as being disabled or having a disability.

An art center and gallery for adults with developmental disabilities in Claremont, California. Produces art in painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, collage, assemblage, art books and creative writing.

An arts group for adults with autism, asperger's or mental illness. Provide free art classes, Alabama based.

Positive downloadable images of people with disabilities in everyday-life situations and inclusive settings.

Non-profit, fine arts facility for developmentally-disabled adults with autism, and Down syndrome. Offers creative-arts therapy and focused music, art, and dance programs.

Contemporary and abstract art by blind artist, created from the mind's eye in Oil and watercolor.

A gifted contemporary naïve artist who was born with Down Syndrome. Michael paints watercolors, acrylics and oil paintings.

Blind Actor speaker musician artist performer entertains audiences with motivational speaking, acting, music, and his guide dog Jake.

A disabled visual artist who employs non-art materials and unusual presentations to confront life's ironies, and absurdities, particularly in their relationship to the physical limitations imposed by disability.

A gallery of landscape oil paintings by a Quadriplegic Artist who paints with a brush held in his mouth.

A site for those with fibromyalgia, chronic myofascial pain, chronic fatigue and overlapping conditions to showcase their art.

Christian singer born without any arms. Site has bios and mp3 downloads.

Dealing with Schizophrenia and my faith through poetry, drawing, photography, and design.

A mouth stick painter injured in 1983 in a car accident now paralyzed from the neck down. Details of his painting and digital photography and how to purchase. Requires flash.

A quadriplegic wheelchair user from California offering details of his surrealist paintings with examples and how to purchase.

Highlighting the paintings and art work of a Massachusetts artist that injured his spinal cord during a surfing accident.

Dance choreography based upon the world's sign languages, by Mona Jean Cedar. Explains the process and offers video clips.

A modern dance company that challenges traditional gender portrayals in mature, choreographically complex works that celebrate technique and physicality. Georgia based.

Information on square dancing and square dance clubs for people with disabilities (mostly developmental disabilities, but some wheelchair groups).

To encourage the evolution performance of dance and to cultivate a "common ground" that allows all individuals to develop creatively, regardless of abilities or disabilities.

The mission of ADF is to brings the joys and benefits of partner dancing to people with disabilities.

An arts-based training and employment placement program for persons with developmental disabilities sixteen years and older in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area.

A non-profit visual arts center, located in Oakland, California, providing art programs, educational and independent living training, counseling and vocational opportunities for disabled adults. Includes exhibition details.

Offers art making opportunities, education and employment to people with developmental disabilities, practicing artists, and volunteers. Funded through the Ohio Arts Council and The Athens County Board of MR/DD.