www.cec.sped.org Council on Exceptional Children 

http://www.inclusion.com General Inclusion Information: This site includes general information on inclusion and from the Inclusion Press that offers books and videos for sale.  This is a vast site with tons of resources.  Great for parents and teachers!

https://www.moneygeek.com/careers/resources/workers-with-disabilities-and-ada/ Guide for Job Seekers and People with a Disability

https://www.disability.gov/resource/home-modifications-to-promote-independent-living/ Home Modifications to Promote Indepent Living

http://www.expertise.com/home-and-garden/home-remodeling-for-disability-and-special-needs Home Remodeling forDisability and Special Needs 

http://www.weac.org/resource/june96/speced.htm Inclusion Question and Answer: Inclusion is an extremely controversial idea because it relates to educational and social values, as well as our sense of individual worth.  Any discussion about inclusion should address several important questions: Do we value all children equally?  Is anyone more or less valuable?  To include a child with educational challenges is not easy, but does that mean we should not try?  This inclusion site asks many of the questions that a parent of a special needs child might ask.  This informal site is quite nice and non-threatening for the layperson.

www.inclusion.org The Inclusion Network This site serves as a gateway for numerous resources related to education, employment, community inclusion an advocacy for people with disabilities.

http://www.inclusion.com/index.html Inclusion Press International: This is a small, independent press striving to produce readable, accessible, user-friendly books and resources about full inclusion in school, work, and the community.

https://www.knewton.com Knewton Students have different skills and needs. Our pioneering approach draws on a student’s own history, what other students do, and decades of research into how people learn to improve future learning experiences. With Knewton, meet each student where they are and lead them to their own best path through the material. Knewton can work with many subjects, age groups, languages, and pedagogical approaches.

www.ld.org  National Center for Learning Disabilities 

www.inclusiveschools.org  National Inclusive Schools Week

https://www.moneygeek.com/insurance/auto/resources/people-with-disabilities/ Reources about Car Insurance for People with Disabilities

https://www.moneygeek.com/mortgage/resources/home-modification-for-disability/ Resources for Home Modications for People with Disabilites