This is a federal government website written by the Department of Justice which is the guide to understanding disabilities rights laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the rights of citizens who have disabilities in America.
Makes reading accessible to all through the offering of audio books. This is especially helpful to those who have visual impairments or who are dyslexic.
"AHEAD is the premiere professional association committed to full participation of persons with disabilities in postsecondary education." The is an excellent resource for information about disabilities among students in colleges and universities.
PACER is an organization which champions children with disabilities. This particular page of the website deals nicely with postsecondary issues (college).
This is the website for the Learning Disabilites Association of America. It addresses many of the issues associated with learning disabilities and provides information about what constitutes a learning disability and what does not under the ADA.