If you’re always on the lookout for resources to help people with disabilities live as independently as possible, let Disability Resources Monthly (DRM) be your guide.
Every month, this award-winning newsletter 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. DRM contains no advertising.
Since it began publication in 1993, DRM has covered such diverse topics as new books and videos about adapting computers, consumers’ guides to wheelchairs, ADA training tools, 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 provides objective, professional guidance to libraries, independent living centers, disability advocates, rehabilitation facilities, OTs and PTs, educators, health and social service providers, and interested consumers and family members. DRM has received wonderful reviews from professional journals in these fields as well as consumer magazines.
DRM is available in standard print, and on audiocassette for individuals who are blind or visually impaired. There is an annual subscription fee of only $30 a year ($40 outside the U.S.) to cover production and mailing costs.