This webpage list programs at North Carolina community colleges and universities for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Offers a variety of services to older adults, including activities/classes, information/referrals, options counseling, and nutrition services.
NCBAM has a call center that can provide information and referrals for individuals ages 65 or older. If services are not available or there are long waiting lists, the call center can connect individuals to volunteers in the community to help them.
Accessibility Housing Services is a consulting firm that provides information about residential accessibility. They also provide case management services for home modifications, assistive technology, and accessible housing.
This guide discusses screen addiction and how to responsibly use technology.
[email protected] provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to work from home for leading industries, organizations, and government agencies
This division of the NC Department of Health and Human Services provides direct services to individuals with hearing loss and provides technical assistance to agencies and businesses.
NAD is a national civil rights organization of, by, and for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
The site from the National Association of the Deaf offers information for employers on accommodations for job applicants and employees with hearing impairments, as well as information on employment law and regulations.
This state association of the Hearing Loss Association of America works to represent the interests of hard-of-hearing people in NC through information, education, advocacy, and support.