Related Special Needs LinksThe following additional resources are available to artists and arts organizations.
Kansas City-based Accessible Arts works with educators, caregivers, organizations, and institutions such as museums and galleries to facilitate making the arts accessible to and participatory for children and adults with disabilities.
The Coalition for Inclusive Performing Arts, a new membership organization located at the National Arts and Disability Center on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, works to foster the full participation and involvement of individuals with all types of disabilities in drama and theater activities.
Founded in 1982, New York-based Hands On is dedicated to providing greater accessibility to arts and cultural events for the deaf and hard of hearing community.
How art therapy, in accordance with other treatments, can play a role in the treatment of mesothelioma and other cancers.
The National Arts and Disability Center (NADC), a project of the University of California at Los Angeles’ Tarjan Center for Developmental Disabilities, is a national clearinghouse for information, technical assistance, and referrals in the field of arts and disability.
The Survivors Art Foundation in Westhampton, New York, is committed to empowering trauma survivors with effective expressive outlets via internet art gallery, outreach programs, national exhibitions, publications, and development of employment skills.
VSA, a nonprofit educational affiliate of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., creates opportunities through the arts for people with disabilities. The organization’s programs are implemented through a network of local, state, and national organizations, including educational and cultural institutions, arts agencies, associations for disabled people, and health and rehabilitation organizations.
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