Rehab Discussion Lists
The following is a collection of electronic discussion lists in various areas of rehabilitation/disability research. Subscription information is available on the individual list sites.
If you would like to suggest an addition to this list, please contact Shannon Patridge at email@example.com.
Discusses issues of accessibility.
Bringing together professionals involved in the provision of Assitive Technology for people with physical and/or sensory disabilities.
A selection of links to discussion sites in various disability areas.
Discussing on the influence of technical aids on the mobility of the blind.
For discussion and contributions to field of counselling, therapy and research.
- Cross-Cultural Neuropsychology (CCN)
Sponsored by the International Liaison Committee of the International Neuropsychological Society
A forum for academic discussion of deafness and cognitive processes.
Discussions relating to developmental disabilities and mental retardation. Digest also available.
- Disability-Research Discussion List
Managed by the Centre for Disability Studies University of Leeds
Discapacidad y Tecnología de la Rehabilitación
Discussing research on the social and cognitive functioning of Downs Syndrome
Discussion and dialogue about disability research and policy issues from the Disability Research Institute.
- European Disability Forum
Member of the platform of European Social NGOs
- GLADMAIL Mail Service
A moderated list from Global Applied Disability Research and Information Network on Employment and Training (GLADNET)
- ICF Clearinghouse List
A forum to share and exchange ideas on the objectives, goals, and activities of the ICF
A forum among parents, campaigners, practitioners and researchers in the field of inclusive education
Discussion relating to learning disabilities. Digest available
A discussion list on "Poverty Reduction and Disability"
- Create a message from the email account you want to use (or click the link above).
- In the "To:" field, put the address: LISTSERV@listserv.ucla.edu
- In the body of the message type:subscribe your first-name your last-name
- Send the message and wait for the notification welcoming you to the list.
Quality research network for psychologists
Discussion relating to individuals with severe disabilities. Digest available.
From Trace Center, University of Wisconsin; discusses strategies for providing messaging for the deaf utilizing new technologies.
Devoted to the discussion of the web as it relates to people with disabilities.