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|North Carolina Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Membership Directory|
An updated list of all members of the North Carolina Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Use it to find your local pediatric dentist
|PICK - Parents of Infants and Children with Kernicterus|
The website for Parents of Infants and Children with Kernicterus (PICK), a parent-run non-profit organization dedicated to education and prevention of KI (kernicterus) as well as support and research for families affected by KI.
On this website, you can learn more about kernicterus (it's causes, treatments, and outcomes), find family support resources, learn more about this organization, and more.
|Automobile Restraints for Children with Special Needs (Quick Reference List)|
A list of current adaptive car seats for children with special needs developed by SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A., a national, non-profit organization dedicated to child passenger safety.
A Houston-based not-for-profit organization that seeks to bridge the gap between assistive technology and people with disabilities.
This website offers links, forums, community boards as well as a special App tool (called Insignio) designed to help users identify apps that will help people with disabilities better communicate and function in different situations.
The website of a small business in St Louis, Missouri that makes and sells weighted blankets and lap bags for children who have sensory integration / sensory processing disorders.
The website provides information about the company, online ordering and more.
|Someone Special Like Me|
The website of a non-profit organization working to open a recreational facility designed specifically for children with special needs in Wake and surrounding counties. This Fun Center will serve all special needs children from birth to 17 years of age.
This website provides information about the organization and its fundraising events.
|ACCESS North Carolina: A Guide to Travel Site Accessibility|
The 2012 edition of this travel guide was produced by ACCESS North Carolina, a program of the NC Department of Health and Human Services. Distribution is coordinated by the NC Department of Commerce through its Division of Travel and Tourism.
Sites in this book are also found in the North Carolina Travel Guide produced by the Division of Travel and Tourism. Travel attractions were reviewed by the editor or volunteers as to their physical accessibility.
The information in this edition reflects the impressions of site reviewers.