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Maryland Disability Resources

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Entrance to disability resources offered throughout the state of Maryland.
  • The Arc of Maryland

    Works to create a world where children and adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities have and enjoy equal rights and opportunities.

  • Center for Social Change

    Provides services of the highest quality for people with cognitive and developmental disabilities that optimize each individual's independence and capabilities, ensure self-determination and rights.

  • CHI Centers Inc.

    Provides special needs for children with cerebral palsy through training, education, and legislative advocacy.

  • The Chimes

    Provides support to people with disabilities. Details locations, services, events, and employment resources.

  • Community Living, Inc.

    Provides homes for people with permanent disabilities. Details day program for retired seniors, and independent living support services.

  • Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley, Inc.

    Accepts donations to turn into job training and other career services for people with disabilities.

  • Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake Inc.

    Provides career development, employment, and related social services to assist people with special needs.

  • Harbour School

    Provides specialized education for children grades one to twelve who have learning disabilities.

  • Hearing and Speech Agency (HASA)

    Spotlights a nonprofit organization in Maryland solely dedicated to meeting the speech, language, and hearing needs of children and adults.

  • Inwood House

    Features a unique residential community, designed specifically for adults who have a disability. Showcases apartments, amenities, and a photo gallery.

  • Learning Independence Through Computers

    Details projects, membership, and training.

  • Lions Camp Merrick

    Provides week-long residential camping experiences for deaf, blind, and children with diabetes, ages 6 –16.

  • Maryland - Kennedy Krieger Institute

    Details diagnoses, symptoms, clinical programs and departments, and research.

  • Maryland Technology Assistance Program

    Seeks to establish a statewide, consumer responsive system for the delivery of technology related assistance to individuals with disabilities, under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998.

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