We’re making it easier to access the right information about a disability.

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Finding the right information about disabilities can be challenging, overwhelming, and can sometimes seem impossible.

The Ability Central Portal is here to make it easy to find relevant, researched information about a disability created by and for Deaf, disabled, and neurodiverse communities.

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Cerebral Palsy: What to do after receiving a diagnosis

Ability Central outlines Cerebral Palsy (CP) treatment options, how CP affects adults, and where to find reliable information online.   Cerebral Pals...
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Cerebral Palsy: Planning for the future after a diagnosis

Cerebral Palsy (CP) requires a lifelong plan. Learn about the resources available, what to expect at each stage, and how to find support.   Cerebral ...
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Cerebral Palsy: Symptoms and Warning Signs

Cerebral Palsy (CP) can mimic other conditions. Ability Central identifies potential causes, symptoms, and what to expect from the CP diagnostic process. &nb...

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We’re Ability Central, a non-profit organization serving as an educator, convener, and resource for people with disabilities and their communities of support.

We created the Portal because we are on a mission to transform the field of communications and information access so that all individuals can realize their right to receive information and express themselves.