TASH is an international association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals fighting for a society in which inclusion of all people in all aspects of society is the norm. TASH is an organization of members concerned with human dignity, civil rights, education, and independence for all individuals with disabilities. We have over thirty chapters and members from thirty-four different countries and territories. Since our inception over twenty-five years ago, TASH has gained international acclaim for our uncompromising stand against separatism, stigmatization, abuse and neglect. We actively promote the full inclusion and participation of persons with disabilities in all aspects of life. TASH believes that no one with a disability should be forced to live, work, or learn in a segregated setting; that all individuals deserve the right to direct their own lives. TASH 's mission is to eliminate physical and social obstacles that prevent equity, diversity, and quality of life.
1025 Vermont Avenue, NW. Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005

  Voice: (202)540-9020
    Fax: (202)540-9019
  Email: Operations@TASH.org

Businesses accommodating people with disabilities may qualify for some of the following tax credits and deductions. This resource is part of the United States Department of the Treasury's Internal Revenue Services (IRS).
Internal Revenue Service
1111 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20224

Relay Services is a communication service for the deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech-disabled communities who wish to communicate with a hearing person who uses a standard telephone. Standard TTY relay calls are generally made using a teletype writer, also known as a TTY, a communications device equipped with a keyboard for typing messages and a screen for reading messages. The TTY is connected to standard phone lines and the user dials a Communications Assistant directly. Once connected, the TTY user types their message to the Communications Assistant who relays it by reading it aloud to the hearing person. The Communications Assistant then listens to the hearing person’s reply and relays it back to the TTY user through type. The TRS is part of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) Disability Rights Office (DRO).
Federal Communications Commission
445 12th Street SW
Washington, DC 20554

  Voice: (888) 225-5322
    TTY: (888) 835-5322
    Fax: (866) 418-0232
  Email: fccinfo@fcc.gov

  Voice: (800) 526-0857
    TTY: (800) 526-0844

  Voice: (800) 743-3333
    TTY: (800) 743-3333

  Voice: (800) 649-3777
    TTY: (800) 649-3777

Minnesota Relay is a program that provides access for people with hearing loss or a speech disability to communicate over the telephone.

    TTY: (800)627-3529

  Voice: (800) 750-0750
    TTY: (800) 750-0750

  Voice: (800) 947-6644
    TTY: (800) 947-3529

The Resource Center works to make the game of golf more accessible for individuals with disabilities by providing information to potential or current golfers with disabilities and other interested parties; we recognize this site as one way of disseminating such information. The Resource Center is funded and managed by the USGA in partnership with other national organizations. We strive to provide the most current, important, and necessary information to aid all users of this site.
Resource Center, USGA
1631 Mesa Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

  Voice: (719) 471-4810 Ext. 15
  Email: resourcecenter@usga.org

The Ticket to Work Program provides most people receiving Social Security benefits (beneficiaries) more choices for receiving employment services. Under this program the Social Security Administration (SSA) issues ticket to eligible beneficiaries who, in turn, may choose to assign those tickets to an Employment Network (EN) of their choice to obtain employment services, vocational rehabilitation services, or other support services necessary to achieve a vocational (work) goal. The EN, if they accept the ticket, will coordinate and provide appropriate services to help the beneficiary find and maintain employment.

  Voice: (800) 772-1213
    TTY: (800) 325-0778

Trace Center Mission Statement: To prevent the barriers and capitalize on the opportunities presented by current and emerging information and telecommunication technologies, in order to create a world that is as accessible and usable as possible for as many people as possible.
Trace Research & Development Center
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2107 Engineering Centers Bldg.
1550 Engineering Dr.
Madison, WI 53706

  Voice: (608) 262-6966
    TTY: (608) 263-5408
    Fax: (608) 262-8848
  Email: info@trace.wisc.edu

Tri-County's mission is to empower citizens with disabilities to be in charge of their lives and participate as members of their communities. Through our collective strength, we advocate for the elimination of societal barriers and strive to achieve community accessibility and acceptance.
680 E Market St - Suite 205
Akron, OH 44304

  Voice: (330) 762-0007
    Fax: (330) 762-7416
  Email: info@tcilc.org

Last Updated on:
Mon Jul 10, 2017