Resources on learning/developmental disability, mental illness, physical disability, disability law and policy, and the criminal justice system.
Looking Out, Looking In (13th Ed.)
Ronald B. Alder, Russell F. Proctor II
Wadsworth, Cengage Learning: Boston, MA (2011)
The Mighty (www.themighty.com)
The Mighty is about how we all are affected by disability and disease. It is about connecting with each other and working together. It is a safe place for people to share their stories including autism, cerebral palsy, child loss, and chronic pain.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (www.cdc.gov)
The CDC is a component of the Department of Health and Human Services. It works to protect America from health, safety, and security threats nationally and foreign. There is information on healthy living, global health, and workplace safety.
American Psychological Association (www.apa.org)
APA is the largest scientific and professional organization of psychology in the US. It establishes standards of ethics for psychologists, provides resources, and promotes research.
American Anthropological Association (www.aaanet.org)
AAA is the worlds largest organization for anthropology. It establish standards of ethics for anthropologists, provides resources, and promotes research.
American Sociological Association (www.asanet.org)
ASA is a national organization for sociology. It establish standards of ethics for sociologists, provides resources, and promotes research.