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  • Rural Caregivers - Addresses the challenges faced by geographical isolation, gaps in rural service delivery systems, and the unique needs of agricultural workers with disabilities
  • Flu Information - Five things caregivers of people with disabilities need to know about flu
  • National MS Society - Caregivers guide for people with disabilities (PDF file)
  • Disability.gov - Information on federal disability-related programs and benefits, including links to state and local information, and information on topics from Medicare to personal safety
  • American Diabetes Association - Basics of diabetes, information on living with diabetes, food and fitness, community events, and news & research relating to diabetes
  • Arthritis Foundation - Information about arthritis, research and exercise information, products that are easy to use, and free exercise videos for staying limber
  • Arthritis & Agriculture - Monthly tips and information about agriculture and farming/ranching with arthritis
  • National Amputation Foundation - Includes tips, programs, and services information for amputees, family members, and caregivers
  • Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) - A collection of internet accessible information resources on general disabilities
  • Brain & Spinal Cord.org - Information and resources for brain and spinal cord injury survivors, their families, and their caregivers
  • United Cerebral Palsy - Information about services available to children and adults with disabilities
  • National Parkinson Foundation - Information on dealing with Parkinson’s disease, helpful advice for family members, friends, and caregivers
  • Disability Resources - Provides links to disability organizations and agencies in state and local communities
  • United Spinal Association - Website to empower Medicare beneficiaries in need of wheelchairs and/or scooters
  • American Stroke Association - With strokes ranking as the #3 cause of death in the United States, this site gives useful information on preventing strokes and how to properly identify a stroke to limit the amount of damage done
  • Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living (APRIL) - National membership organization dedicated to advancing the rights and responsibilities of people with disabilities in rural America
  • American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) - Priorities include broadening access to technology, elevating the quality of information and tools available for the professionals who serve people with vision loss, and promoting independent living for people with vision loss
  • Medline Plus - Information about medications and potential side effects
  • Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) - Information about living as an adult with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • American Cancer Society - Information for all types of cancer, helpful resources for dealing with a cancer diagnosis, and advice for family members and friends
  • Protection & Advocacy - Provides protection of individuals with disabilities through legal advocacy
  • Governor's Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities - Seeks and advocates for activities which promote self sufficiency, community involvement and educational opportunities for people with disabilities, their families, and the Wyoming community
  • Developmental Disabilities Division - Provides funding and guidance responsive to the needs of people with disabilities who live, work, enjoy, and/or learn in Wyoming communities with their families, friends, and chosen support services and support providers
  • FSA Kids Area - Coloring pages, fun farm facts, youth farmers and ranchers, and lots of other fun information for kids
  • Farm Safety 4 Just Kids - Promotes a safe farm environment to prevent health hazards, injuries, and fatalities to children and youth involved in farming operations