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1 California Center for Law and the Deaf (CalCLAD)
Protects and advances the legal rights of deaf and hard-of-hearing people to enable them to live independent, productive lives, with full access to the rights, privileges, entitlements, services, educational and employment opportunities available to others.
2 Center for Accessible Technology
Provides access to assistive technology that gives people with disabilities access to computers; provides art programs to provide access to artistic expression; and offers ongoing consultation and support to assist people with disabilities in maintaining and enhancing access.
3 Rehabilitation Research Center on Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury
Conducts research to better understand and improve outcomes after TBI and SCI.
4 Deaf Counseling and Referral Agency (DCARA)
Provides a comprehensive range of services to the deaf and hard-of-hearing people of the San Francisco Bay Area of California.
5 World Institute on Disability (WID)
A non-profit, international public-policy center dedicated to carrying out cutting edge research on disability issues and overcoming obstacles to independent living.
6 WhirlWind Wheelchair International
Teaches wheelchair riders in developing countries to design, build, and repair their own wheelchairs; enables rider/builders to create businesses for the manufacture and distribution of wheelchairs to others; fosters the ever-widening Whirlwind Network of rider/builders around the world who exchange ideas for the continuous improvement of wheelchair design.
7 Disability Rights Education Defense Fund (DREDF)
National law and policy center dedicated to protecting and advancing the civil rights of people with disabilities through legislation, litigation, advocacy, technical assistance, and education and training of attorneys, advocates, persons with disabilities, and parents of children with disabilities.
8 DBTAC - Pacific ADA Center
Builds a partnership between the disability and business communities and to promote full and unrestricted participation in society for persons with disabilities through education and technical assistance.
9 Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP)
Provides challenging and innovative sports and recreation programs to Bay Area residents with physical disabilities and visual impairments.
10 Hearing Society for the Bay Area, Inc.
Enhances the quality of life and equality of opportunity for hard of hearing, deafened and culturally Deaf persons of all ages and to prevent hearing loss when possible through education and increased awareness of the general public.
11 Center for the Education of the Infant Deaf (CEID)
A model early intervention program for babies and young children with hearing impairments and severe speech and language delays. Serves families in San Francisco Bay Area, California.
12 Breast Health Access for Women with Disabilities (BHAWD)
Comprehensive beast health services tailored to the functional abilities and special needs of women with disabilities. Located in Berkeley, California.
13 Blind Babies Foundation
Provides services and programs that enable and empower families, professionals, and the broader community to meet the unique needs of infant and preschool children who are blind, or visually impaired, or multihandicapped and visually impaired.
14 Toolworks-- Tools & Resources for People with Disabilities
Has many different programs and services, many of which are designed to meet the unique educational, vocational and support needs of adults with disabilities in the San Francisco Bay Area.
15 Community Alliance for Special Education (CASE)
Provides advocacy for parents of children with learning disorders.
16 Matrix Parent Network and Resource Center
Empowers families of children with special needs to successfully understand and access the systems that serve them.
17 TALK Line Family Support Center, San Francisco
Offers crisis intervention and supportive counseling, group work, client advocacy, information and referral, and individual, family, and child therapy.
18 Integrated Arts
Based in Berkeley, CA. Works to increase opportunities for people with and without disabilities to express and define themselves through creative arts.
19 Bananas, Inc.
Child care referral and support agency serving families in Northern Alameda County, California. Services include: free parenting information, workshops and referrals to a varety of child care entities, subsidized child care for parents in need and trainings/workshops/classes/technical support to caregivers and child care programs.
20 Axis Dance Company
The compant is compsed of dancers with and without disabilities.
An extensive community education and outreach program is maintained. Its youth component offers an ongoing program of classes for adults and youth of all abilities. The company engages in a wide variety of school assemblies, presentations, lecture demonstrations, and residency activities.
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