Organizations

 

Welcome to our Organizations page, which contains information about various groups, clubs, and non-profits that are geared towards various aspects of living with a disability..

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Since 1960, the Work Training Center has been providing training and jobs to adults with developmental disabilities. The Work Training Center is proud to support our clients in their goals to lead more independent lives. For the individuals served in our day programs, achieving increased independence, enjoying community integration opportunities, and participating in paid work are important objectives. Although a portion of our funding is provided through state funding, financial support from individuals and businesses is important in helping us maintain our high level of services.

https://wtcinc.org/

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Children's Wish Foundation International is dedicated to bringing joy and happiness to children with life-threatening illness around the world.  This dedication has created memorable experiences for children and families in 53 countries. 

http://www.childrenswish.org/

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Special Olympics transforms lives through the joy of sport, every day, everywhere. They are the world’s largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities: with nearly 4 million athletes in more than 170 countries -- and millions more volunteers and supporters. 

http://www.specialolympics.org/ 

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DAV is the official voice of the nation's wounded warriors and their families. They provide free help with earned VA benefits, transportation and advocacy. 

http://www.dav.org/

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BACKBONES exists to provide free support for people with spinal cord injury and thier families. Through our network we facilitate telephone, in-person, or web-based connections and encourage growth by the sharing of experiences and ideas. As a host to events, BACKBONES creates an inviting atmosphere where people can ask questions, learn from each other informally, and make lasting friendships.

http://backbonesonline.com/

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A great foundation, doing great things!

On January 29, 2011, James “Woody” Beckham was seriously injured during a tackle while playing rugby for Florida Atlantic University in a game against the University of Miami. Woody, then just 22 sustained a complete cervical spinal cord injury that rendered him paralyzed from the chest down.

The Miami-based Beckham family formed the Woody Foundation, Inc., soon after the accident to giveaway free Woody Packs, increase awareness and raise funds for paralysis and other disabilities

The Woody Pack: https://youtu.be/XFpC8SenAY4 

Diestco's "Unbreakable" Cup holder and Standard Saddle Bag is included in "The Woody Pack"

 

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If you are an organization and would like to have it listed on our web site submit the specifics and we would be glad to list the organization after it has been reviewed.  When submitting information we will need the following information, the organizations name, any special focus, sponsors, and web site.  Click on the Contact US Tab to submit the information. We reserve the right to exclude or not affiliate with any organization, trade show, club, or camp.