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Disabilities Online
A guide to information concerning disabilities available on the World Wide Web. Database has more than 500 sites – which includes both Canadian and US-focused sites and resources. Created and maintained by editors who evaluate sites submitted by visitors and organize them into categories and sub-categories.

Disability Resource Directory
Resource Guide to the Internet for those seeking Disability information. Many general and specific disability links.

E-bility.com
A popular destination web site for disability related information and resources. Based in Australia.

Handitel
Disability link database.  No advertising, no images, no sounds… but 100% pure information on disability.

HealthFinder®
Contains a Health Library of hand-picked health information from A to Z and a directory of health organizations.  Also features health news, online checkups, organized health topics, and health care information about doctors, dentists, public clinics, hospitals, long term care, nursing homes, health insurance, prescriptions, health fraud, Medicare, Medicaid, and medical privacy.

HealthWeb
Links to evaluated information resources selected by librarians and information professionals at academic medical centers in the US Midwest. Selection emphasizes quality information aimed at assisting health care professionals as well as consumers in meeting their health information needs. Provides organized access to evaluated non-commercial, health-related, Internet-accessible resources.

Yahoo! Health
Spinal cord injury prevention and support organizations.

Cerebral Palsy Guide
Cerebral Palsy Guide provides free educational materials, financial options and emotional support for those affected by cerebral palsy.

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