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1 Shriners Hospitals for Children
Network of 22 hospitals that provide expert, no-cost orthopaedic and burn care to children under 18.
2 Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum
National advocacy organization dedicated to promoting policy, program, and research efforts for the improvement of health status of all Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
3 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
United States government's principal agency for protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services.
4 Health Care Information Resources
Makes information about health and disease accessible in the belief that the informed consumer is a more satisfied consumer of healthcare. This service does not offer advice about health or healthcare and cannot substitute for a healthcare practitioner.
Focuses on promoting services in the community instead of warehousing people with disabilities in institutions and nursing homes. Attendant services are the cornerstone to community based services for people with severe disabilities.
6 Med Help International
Dedicated to helping patients find the highest quality medical information in the world today. Offers patients the tools necessary to make informed treatment decisions within the short time lines dictated by their illness or disease.
7 Health Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Designed to make guidelines and other information resource materials about the care for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people widely available to health care professionals, researchers, students, and consumers.
8 Breast Health Access for Women with Disabilities (BHAWD)
Comprehensive beast health services tailored to the functional abilities and special needs of women with disabilities. Located in Berkeley, California.
9 Women With Disabilities: HEALTH & AGING
Collection of websites on this and other topics.
10 Health, Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Publications, resources, and referrals on health care services for low-income, uninsured individuals and those with special health care needs.
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