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Developmental Disabilities Program Information Links

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State of Alaska

  • Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education- GCDSE's mission is to create change that improves the independence, productivity, and inclusion into the community for people with developmental disabilities through planning, evaluation and advocacy to create change.
  • ADA State Coordinators Office Information on Employment and ADA, State and local govermment, public accommodation and links to many state and national disability resource sites)
  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - FAQ's, staff and office locations, Procurement Preference List, DVR library resources, Alaska Career Information Systems, Services and resource for the blind and visually impaired, Workforce Investment Act, Rehab Act Amendments, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Assistive Technologies of Alaska, Disability Determination Service, Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance, Business Enterprise Program and Alaska Transition Initiative.
  • State Office of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome - To prevent all alcohol-related birth defects and to improve the delivery of services to those individuals already affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

Federal Agencies

NON GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

  • Brooks Publishing - offering books, seminars, and other products for professionals, faculty members, a parent or self-advocate working to help unlock the potential of patients, students, and people with special needs.
  • ABA Materials - resources for Autism.
  • Project Med - To provide patients with booklets and information about the medications that they are taking. 1. Patient's Rights and Responsibilities, 2. Anticonvulsant Medicines (Medicines for People with Epilepsy), 3. Antipsychotic Medicines 4. Antidepressant Medicines, 5. Antimanic Medicines (Medicines for People with Mood Problems), 6. Antianxiety Medicines, 7. Stimulant Medicines, 8. Other Medicines (Blood Pressure Medicine, Naltrexone, Vitamins, and Over the Counter)
  • Wrightslaw - Special Education Law & Advocacy