looking for disability information on the Internet and don't
know where to start? New Internet users are often overwhelmed
by the huge amount of resources available to them. At the same
time, they may be confused or frustrated by difficulties in finding
the right resources to meet their needs. This FAQ examines the
best ways to find the disability information you want.
an incredible number of organizations, companies and individuals
that proclaim to offer disability information and support online.
Some of them may be great resources, while others may be relatively
useless, inaccurate or misleading. Here are some things to look
for when visiting unknown sites.
millions of organizations represented on the Internet - organizations
that you might turn to for information, support, services, or
to make a contribution. While the majority of them are probably
good folks doing good things quite legally, some may not be.
How can you tell? Here are some resources that can help you find
out more about nonprofit organizations online and off.
IDEA? CP? MCS? OT? Does reading a disability-related document
make you think of alphabet soup? We've compiled a list of some
of the most common acronyms and their meanings, with links to
appropriate topics in The DRM WebWatcher.