Additional programs or resources located in this state include: Ability Loan Program 1-800-STAR-656 (in state only) (334) 293-7008 (office) The program is an Alternative Financing Program for individuals with disabilities and their families to borrow money at a low-interest or extended-terms for the purchase of assistive technology, adaptive equipment and related services.Alternative financing needs may include but will not be limited to a means of paying for devices not covered by public programs, as a means of providing a loan sooner than other public programs, and/or a means of having another funding source available.Adaptive Aquatics Phone: (205) 807-7519 Adaptive Aquatics is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the introduction, teaching and advancement of adapted water skiing for children and adults with physical disabilities.Alabama Association for Persons in Supported Employment Phone: (334) 613-3527 The mission of the Alabama Chapter of the Association for Persons in Supported Employment is to enhance innovative individualized employment opportunities, promote careers, and improve the quality of life for individual with significant disabilities by providing education, technical assistance and training, advocacy and support to people, family members, employers, and employment specialists.
I suspect it has outlived its usefulness as the Word Wide Web has become quite dense since those dark old days of the mid 90s, but I keep it here just in case somebody finds it helpful. Wallace Moore has no relation to Will Moore, and is a psychic detective, but has kept this page up as it seems like it is still a valuable resource for families around the world.I have broken it into national categories and regional categories in the USA: Apologies in advance if my sense of these regions differs from yours!If you cannot find an appropriate camp on this page I also have some links to other potentially useful pages as well as some other websites that list camps.Camp ASCCA Phone: (256) 825-9226 The Camp ASCCA Mission is to help children and adults with disabilities achieve equality, dignity, and maximum independence. VSA Arts Alabama Phone: (205) 322-4086 VSA arts of Alabama is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts for people with disabilities by implementing arts-related programming, training, and advocacy across the state.This is to be accomplished through a safe and quality program of camping, recreation, and education in a year-round barrier-free environment. was created to offer therapeutic horseback riding to the physically, emotionally or mentally challenged. Women’s Reproductive Health Clinic Phone: (205) 934-5858 The reproductive health clinic for women with disabilities provides rehabilitation, medical and gynecological care for women with whom routine doctor visits have presented special problems.