are so many great magazines for people with disabilities! This
section links to the websites of some of the most popular "cross
disability" magazines that are available in print. Most
of them also have extensive websites.
- For hundreds
of other disability-related magazines, newsletters, etc. check
the indexes at the bottom of this page.
Cross-Disability Print Periodicals
- Note: Enable,
Mainstream, and TeamRehab magazines are no longer
being published; links to their websites have been removed.
- Ability is a glossy magazine
which focuses on high profile personalities such as President
Clinton, Camryn Manheim, Alexandra Paul, Mary Tyler Moore, Elizabeth
Taylor, and Jane Seymour. Its website features sample articles
from current and past issues with subscription information. There
is also a small collection of related news, conferences, links,
- Ability Network: Canada's Cross
[link not working 11/23/01]
- The online
edition of this well-rounded, reasonable priced magazine features
full text articles. However, the most recent edition on the web
site (as of May 2000) is Spring 1998.
Resources Monthly (DRM)
- Geared for
libraries, independent living centers, disability advocates,
rehabilitation facilities, OTs and PTs, educators, health and
social service providers, and interested consumers and their
family members, DRM monitors, reviews and reports on resources
for independent living. Each concise, information-packed issue
features short topical articles, reviews, and news about free,
inexpensive, and hard-to-find books, pamphlets, videotapes, online
sources, and organizations about such diverse topics as consumers'
guides to wheelchairs, ADA training tools, new books and videos
about adapting computers, guidebooks for travelers with disabilities,
Internet resources for parents of children with disabilities,
free guides to accessible transportation, adaptive clothing resources,
and much more. DRM
contains no advertising. Produced
by the same nonprofit organization that developed and maintains
The DRM Guide to Disability Resources on the Internet,
DRM is not available online. This section of our web site will
guide you to this month's DRM features, a list of DRM back issues,
reviews, free samples, and ordering information.
- Electric EDGE
- This website
is the online edition of The Ragged Edge, a disability
advocacy magazine that isn't afraid to speak up about injustices.
The site features selections from the magazine with relevant
links and subscription information.
- The online
companion to Exceptional Parent magazine is geared to
parents of children with disabilities. Separate sections include
resources, toys, health care, and technology, as well as subscription
- Mouth [link not working 11/23/01]
- Check this
web site for an online sample of this hard-hitting "piss
on pity" magazine, and subscription information.
- New Mobility's Interactive
- The website
of one of the most popular disability magazines around, New
Mobility's "interactive cafe" features links to
organizations and companies, interactive opportunities via chat
and message boards, a job information center, selections from
current and back issues, and a bookstore and subscription information.
Also listed under Internet
- Report on Disability
- The print
newsletter (also available via e-mail in Adobe Acrobat format)
provides up-to-date information about laws, regulatory changes,
court decisions and funding opportunities. Geared for agencies
and institutions, the newsletter comes with a very hefty price
tag. Find out if it's right for you by using the online form
to request free samples.
- We magazine is a relatively
new and heavily advertised glossy magazine, with a focus on popular
culture - travel, style, and the like - as well as disability
concerns. Its website is more (much more) of the same. Also
listed under Internet Communities.
to Other Print Disability Periodicals
- This very
extensive guide to disability-related magazines, newsletters,
journals, radio programs, etc. can be downloaded in Adobe Acrobat
or Microsoft Word format. The organization's newsletters can
also be downloaded from this site.
- NARIC Guide to Periodicals
- Advanced Search
- A database
of journals, newsletters, and magazines relating to disability
and rehabilitation from National Rehabilitation Information Center
- Specific topics or disabilities
- Resources in your state
(c) 1997-2013 Disability Resources, inc.