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This page contains a large number of links to additional resources. The navigation table below is designed to help you negotiate your way to the link(s) that interest you most. Simply choose the letter of the alphabet in the navigation table that corresponds to the group of links to resources that begin with that letter. (Note: There are some letters within the page navigation table that are not listed because there are no links that correspond to that letter.) All resource links on this page open in a new window.

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Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Programs (DDTP)

Under the DDTP, the California Telephone Access Program (CTAP) distributes telecommunications equipment and services for individuals certified as having functional limitations of hearing, vision, mobility, speech and/or interpretation of information.

(800) 806-1191 (voice)

(800) 806-4474 (TTY)

(800) 889-3974 (Fax)

Deaf.com

Links to deaf and hard-of-hearing related websites.

Disabled Dealer

Company mission is to bring people with disabilities and the elderly complete access to new and pre-owned adaptive equipment, services, resources, and events throughout the nation.

Disability Resources Directory

Online resource directory of resources, products and services for the Disabled community.

 

Disability Rights of California

CDR is the oldest and largest membership organization of persons with disabilities in California.

Disabled Student Services Program, Long Beach City College

Provides many support services that enable students with disability related limitations to participate in the college's programs and activities.

4901 East Carson Street

Long Beach, CA 90808

(562) 938-4558 (voice)

Disability and Business Technical Assistance Centers (DBTAC)

for information, materials, technical assistance, or training on the ADA. This number will automatically route your call to the DBTAC in your region.

Online resource directory of disability products and services for the disabled, elderly, caregiver and healthcare professional.

Disability Rights Movement Exhibition, The

Visit the Virtual Exhibition from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

DREDF ADA Hotline

is funded by the Department of Justice to provide technical assistance on the ADA. ADA questions and publications

(800) 466-4232 (voice/TTY)