|Name: ||Cornucopia Of Disability Information (CODI) more information...|
|Description:||CODI serves as a community resource for consumers and professionals by providing disability information in a wide variety of areas. It consists of both an Internet Directory of Disability Information and a repository of electronic disability documents, dating back to the early 1990s. Many of the documents on CODI are publicly available nowhere else on the Internet. |
The information addresses local (Buffalo & WNY), state, national and international audiences. Submissions are welcome from these communities.
CODI receives support from the Western New York Regional TRAID Center at the Center for Assistive Technology, University at Buffalo. TRAID is funded by the NYS Office of Advocate for Persons with Disabilities under PL 100-407 by the National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research, US Department of Education, and the NYS Department of Health, Early Intervention Program.
Highlights from CODI's Disability Document Archives:
•Americans with Disabilities: Data from the US Census Bureau
•Meeting the Challenges of Aging with a Disability: Lessons Learned from Post Polio and Stroke A Research Update with Practical Applications
•Disabled Students in Higher Education
•History of Disabilities and Social Problems
•College Students with Disabilities: Litigation Trends
•Native American Rehabilitation
|Age Group(s):||All Ages|
|Ability:||Designed for Individuals with Disabilities|
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