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High Tide Press (www.hightidepress.com)
Your source for the best books and resources in developmental disabilities.

Program Development Associates (www.disabilitytraining.com)
Disability training and multimedia solutions from the experts on Disability Awareness, Advocacy,
Developmental and Learning Disabilities, and Special Education. PLUS Physical Disabilities,
Mental Health, Assistive Technology and Vocational Rehab.

ANCOR - A National network of providers offering quality supports to people with disabilities.  

Quarterly Newsletter of the National Association of Qualified Mental Retardation
Professionals - Summer/Fall 2000

The Midewein Institute - Preventing Abuse and Neglect of People with Developmental
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Additional resources may be found at the following Web sites

TASH – International organization advancing inclusive communities through research, education
and advocacy especially for individuals with the most significant disabilities and support needs.  
Conferences, training, publications, state chapter activity, legislative and regulatory

The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) – Association for special educators and
professionals who work with individuals with exceptionalities.  
Education resources, conferences
and workshops, webinars, news and issues, current special education topics, accreditation
and licensure, policy and trends in the field of special education.

The ARC of the United States – The world’s largest community based organization of and for
people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  
National ARC, membership information,
national headlines of interest, chapter links, conferences and training.

The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) –  
The oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization of professionals and citizens concerned about
intellectual and developmental disabilities.  
Membership information, policies and positions on
disability issues, conferences, training, publications national resources and national listings
of disability specific organizations.  

National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD) – Education training and information
for educators, families, professionals, policy makers on mental health issues relating to people with
developmental disabilities.
Membership information, conferences, training, family issues,
news, policy and position information.

American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) – Trade Association
representing more than 800 private providers of services and supports for over 500,000
individuals with disabilities and employing 400,000 direct support professionals.  
information, national issues, legislative and regulatory initiatives, conferences, training,
webinars, state chapter activity.