Books on Special Children - Educational and supportive resources for teachers and parents of children with physical, mental or emotional disabilities. |
Densmore Reid Publications - The written and recorded works of Rev. Dr. Daryl Greene, sharing his life-long experience and research on how to cope with and overcome pain and progressive disabilities from a holistic Christian perspective.
Forest Bookshop - UK-based mail-order bookstore, providing books and videos onissues and culture relating to the deaf.
Gemma B. Publishing - Provides fictional role models for children growing up with disabilities.
Heartfelt Press - Memory books for special needs children.
Huge Print Press - Creates custom large print books for the visually handicapped including new releases, classics, religious books, fiction, and non-fiction.
Murdoch Center Foundation - Publishes a variety of curriculum guides and assessment tools for use with persons with developmental disabilities. Sales of these products fund Foundation activities which benefit the people who live and work at Murdoch Center, a North Carolina State Regional Mental Retardation Center.
Nagler Disability Consulting Services - Disability advocate Mark Nagler's books for sale, offering insights into living with a disability, and guides for caregivers, family, and friends.
New Mobility - Resource books for the wheelchair users and the mobility impaired.
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company - Books and videos on disabilities, education, early intervention, mental health, communication and language, and behavior.
Physicians' Disability Services - A publishing company that helps people with disabilities prove their Social Security disability claims, manage periodic disability reviews, and resume productive activity.
Program Development Associates - Distributors and producers of books, videos, and computer software, for the disability professional.
Real Life Storybooks - Publisher of storybooks and social stories focusing on real-life disabilities, diseases, and problems from a child's perspective, paving the way for greater understanding.
Resources for Rehabilitation - Publications and training that enable people with disabilities to remain independent.
Sensory Resources - Books, audio and video tapes about raising children with sensory, motor and developmental challenges.
Woodbine House - Publishes The Special-Needs Collection, a series of almost 50 books on disabilities and related topics, including ADD, Down syndrome, early intervention and special education.