Latino Disability Resources
Pacer Center's Multicultural Project
- The Latino Deaf - A Resource Center for Deaf Latinos and Latinas
The Latino Deaf is a national website whose purpose is to provide information and resources related to the Latino Deaf Community.
- Deaf Atzlan
A home in cyberspace for Deaf Latinas and Latinos!
- Fiesta Educativa
Fiesta Educativa was founded in California in 1978 to inform and assist Latino families in obtaining services and in caring for their children with special needs. Fiesta Educativa was formed by family members and professionals who recognized the need to provide assistance and advocacy to these Spanish-speaking families.
- Hispanic Center of Excellence
Created to increase the number of Hispanic physicians working in Hispanic communities.
- Latino Health Institute
Community-based public health organization in New England, annually serving over
30,000 Latin American families and individuals through more than 60 direct care
programs, and an additional 5,000 healthcare professionals, para-professionals,
and institutions through education, technical assistance, fiscal sponsorship,
program oversight, and consulting.
- Latino Issues Forum
Dedicated to improving the lives of Latinos by producing high quality research, conducting community education forums, building coalitions, serving as a resource to media; and advocacy.
- Midwest Latino Health, Research, Training, and Policy Center
Seeks to improve the health status and quality of health care to Hispanics/Latinos living in Chicago and throughout the Midwest.
- National Center for Latinos with Disabilities
NCLD serves three primary constituencies 1) individuals with disabilities, 2) their families, and 3) professionals who work with these individuals and their families.
- National Coalition of Hispanic Health and Human Services Organizations
A national voice for the health concerns of Hispanics.
- National Hispanic Medical Association
The mission of the organization is to improve the health of Hispanics and other
Multicultural staff persons meet with and
provide individual information, assistance and advocacy to parents and family
members who have children with disabilities. In addition, staff regularly meet
with leaders in their own communities to discuss how to increase and improve
services to families.
A bilingual web site for Latinos with
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