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Alexander Graham Bell Association of the Deaf
3417 Volta Place, NW
Washington, DC 20007
202-337-5221 V/TTY
202-337-8314 FAX
www.agbell.org/information/contactus.cfm

American Council of the Blind
1155 15th Street N.W., Suite 1004
Washington, DC 20005
202-467-5081
800-424-8666
202-467-5085 FAX
www.acb.org/

American Foundation for the Blind
11 Penn Plaza, Suite 300
New York, NY 10001
800-232-5463
212-502-7600
212-502-7777 FAX
Email: afbinfo@afb.net
www.afb.org

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
10801 Rockville Pike
Rockville, MD 20856
Phone: (800) 498-2071 Professionals/Students
(800) 638-8258 - Public
FAX: 301-897-7354
Email: actioncenter@asha.org
www.asha.org

Association on Higher Education and Disability
P O Box 21192
Columbus, OH 43221-0192
Phone: 614-488-4972
FAX: 614-488-1174
www.ahead.org

Council for Learning Disabilities
P O Box 40303
Overland Park, KS 66204
913-492-8755
913-492-2546 FAX
www.sandiego.edu/~ammer/proforg folder/cld.html

Division for Learning Disabilities
Anna Henderson 1-800-224-6830 x433
1110 North Glebe Road, Suite 300
Arlington, VA 22201
888-232-7733
703-264-9446 TTY
703-264-9494 FAX
www.teachingld.org

Institute on Community Integration (ICI)
University of Minnesota
102 Pattee Hall, 150 Pillsbury Drive SE
ICI Main Office:
Phone: 614-624-6300
Fax 614-624-9344
Email: Innfo@icimail.coled.umn.edu
http://ici.umn.edu/default.html
Offers information on current legislation and presents and discusses key aspects of the laws as they pertain to the transition of youth with disabilities from school to adult life. Some of the topics discussed in Policy Updates include: Youth and Disabilities and the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994; the impact of IDEA on transition regulations; and the Job Training Reform Amendments of 1992, to name a few.

Learning Disabilities Association of America
4156 Library Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15234
412-341-1515
412-244-0224 FAX
www.ldanatl.org

National Association of the Deaf
Stokoe Scholarship (graduate)
814 Thayer Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910-4500
301-587-1778 Voice
301-587-1789 TTY
301-587-1790 FAX
www.nad.org/

National Federation of the Blind
1800 Johnson Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
410-649-9314
www.nfb.org

National Federation of the Blind (NFB) of Virginia
Mr. Charles S Brown, President
6563 Williamsburg Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22213-1335
703-534-0747
Email: csbrown@nsf.gov
www.nfbv.org

Spina Bifida Association of America
4590 McArthur Blvd, NW Suite 250
Washington, DC 20007-4226
800-621-3141
202-944-3285
202-944-3295 FAX
www.sbaa.org

United Cerebral Palsy
66 East 34th Street
New York, NY 10016
www.ucpa.org

The International Dyslexia Association
8600 LaSalle Road
Chester Bldg., Suite 382
Baltimore, MD 21286-2044
410-296-0232
410-321-5069 FAX
www.interdys.org

National Center for Learning Disabilities
381 Park Avenue S. #1401
New York, NY 10016
212-545-7510
212-545-9665 FAX
www.ncld.org

The Rotary Foundation
Ambassadorial Scholarships Program
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201
(847) 866-3000
www.rotary.org/foundation

Excerpted from Virginia's College Guide for Students with Disabilities (2003 Edition).
Virginia Department of Education www.pen.k12.va.us