Women with Disabilities



Campus

Student Disability Center

The SDC is staffed by professional Disability Specialists who specialize in assisting students with different disabilities and ensuring the provision of accommodations necessary to allow the students to participate meaningfully in educational opportunities on campus.

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Disability Management Services

This program provides technical assistance to supervisors and managers on all aspects of disability management, Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, and reasonable accommodations, whether work-related or non-industrial.

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WRRC: WRRC Disability Library

Women's Center Library has a large collection of books on disability issues.
Contact: Joy Erickson, jrerickson@ucdavis.edu

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Disability Issues Administrative Advisory Committee (DIAAC)

The Disability Issues Administrative Advisory Committee advises Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor on policies and procedures affecting persons with disabilities relative to employment, educational opportunities, and removal of architectural barriers.

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Local

WarmLine Family Resource Center

Our mission is to provide information, education, and support to promote and strengthen the foundation of families and children with special needs to face the challenges of the present and create new dreams for the future.
530-759-1127, 916 922-1490 (EspaƱol)

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Public Authority, in-home supportive services in Yolo County

The Public Authority operates a Registry to help elderly and disabled consumers find quality providers of In-Home Supportive Services.
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Child Health and Disability Prevention Program

The Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) is a preventive program that delivers periodic health assessments and services to low income children and youth in California.

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CHDP provides care coordination to assist families with medical appointment scheduling, transportation, and access to diagnostic and treatment services.
(530) 666-8249

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ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) Resources
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National

The Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation

ELA is an organization based in California which works to promote, through scholarships and grants, the inclusion of people with disabilities in arts, advocacy and education.

Disabled Women on the Web

Includes resources on lesbians/queer women and women of color with disabilities.
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Feminist Response In Disability Activism (F.R.I.D.A)

FRIDA is a Chicago-based feminist disability rights group founded in 2005, in response to a wave of crimes against women with disabilities in Illinois.
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GimpGirl Community

GimpGirl Community's mission is to bring women with disabilities together in the spirit of support, positivity and inclusivity.
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