There are many resources on the internet to read about disability. Whether you personally have a disability or are looking for information, there are some great resources on the web that can provide you with assistance and support.
Here is a list of places to read about organisations set up to support people with disabilities, their missions, activities, events, supported living, and how to get support.
Most organisations that support the disabled have their own websites. You can often find information about their mission, activities, events for the year, and how to get support on these sites.
Some of these websites even have a blog section, where the organisations share information with supporters, post about upcoming activities, or provide general information on living life as a disabled person.
Blogs are informal in style, so you can gain an insight into the organisation’s personality, making it more appealing for people looking to support them.
Social media is a great way to connect with people in an informal setting online. Even disability organisations use social media platforms such as Facebook or Twitter to keep supporters up to date with their latest news and events.
There are many disability-related sites, such as this one, on the web that have information, tips, or advice for disabled people and those who care about them. Some websites only offer general information, while others specialise in specific areas such as mental health issues, or sexuality.
Lots of disability magazines and journals have been created to provide vital information about disability. So, if you want an in-depth article or resource, this might be an excellent place to start.