D Center

Resources

If you have any resources you’d like to add, please contact dcenter@uw.edu

On Campus – University of Washington

General

Planning accessible events

Using technology

Being fragrance free

Here is a list of resources, categorized according to needs. We are currently working on compiling resources that closely align with intersectional identities. We plan to tag these resources with appropriate trigger or content warnings in the near future. For now, please use CTRL+F or ⌘+F to find what you need, or refer to the following list:

Blind/Low vision organizations:

Deafblind/Deafblindness:

For those who are d/Deafblind.

Deaf resources & Deaf culture:

For those who are d/Deaf, hard of hearing, or interested in learning more about Deaf culture.

Resources:

Culture:

American Sign Language:

For those who are d/Deaf, hard of hearing, or interested in learning American Sign Language. An additional sub-category has been created for those who are also interested in learning more about other sign languages.

American Sign Language:

Other sign languages:

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)

For those who have Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) or are interested in learning more about MCS.

Internship opportunities

For people with disabilities and allies interested in learning more about internship opportunities.

DREAM

Disability justice activists and blogs

For those who are interested in disability justice activism.

Projects:

Blogs and zines:

Local community resources

For those living in the Seattle area.

Dissociative Identity Disorder

For those with dissociative identity disorder.

Non-Apparent/Invisible disabilities

For those with non-apparent or invisible disabilities.

Disability Studies and other projects

For those who are interested in disability studies and/or want to take their disability studies further.

Disability Rights

For those who are interested in disability rights and politics.

Conferences

For those who are interested in conferences related to disabilities.

Mental Illness and Mad Pride

For those with mental illness and/or mad pride.

Additional resources: