Offers information on policies, procedures and what to expect at airport security specifically for passengers with disabilities who want to prepare for the screening process prior to flying.

Focuses on improving the quality of life for people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders. Services include a newsletter, peer support, and accessibility consultations.

Focuses on developing inclusive home and playground environ- ments as well as recreational activities for children of all ages and abilities; pre-registration is requested.

A variety of programs include playground development, Am- bassador running team, and loaner equipment for vacation and short-term usage.

A durable medical equipment DME-reuse program managed by MA Rehabilitation Commission. Gives a second life to donated DME such as wheelchairs, adapted strollers, standers and gait trainers, shower chairs, and more. Offers refurbished devices at no cost.

One of ten regional ADA Centers that comprise the ADA National Network, providing information, guidance, and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Works to make art, beaches, sports, national monuments, amusement parks, golf courses, swimming pools, trails, and playgrounds inclusive for all people. Website lists accessible recreational opportunities.

A comprehensive catalog of adult and children’s titles, literacy programs, Children’s Book Club, and downloadable PortaBooks (read through portable Braille machines or computers).

Dedicated to promoting accessibility and universal design. It is home to the New England ADA Technical Assistance Center and can answer questions and provide information and guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Coordinates and oversees local bike camps, to foster indepen- dent bike-riding skills for individuals with disabilities (ages 8 and up). Website includes materials on hosting a camp, recruiting volunteers, and coordinating publicity.

An initiative of Handi Ramp, helps individuals and families find realtors who can assist in the search for a handicap accessible home or consultants who can modify a current home.

To facilitate full participation in all aspects of life by persons with disabilities, the Commission works to remove architectural, procedural, attitudinal, and communication barriers.

Can ease the financial burden of families facing serious illness including reimbursements for travel expenses, prescriptions, medical equipment, home supplies, co-pay and home services.

Access Recreation Boston is a coalition of organizations and indi- viduals dedicated to increasing and enhancing recreation op- portunities for people with disabilities in the greater Boston area. We accomplish this through building community awareness, sharing professional expertise, and promoting collaboration.