Websites for Young Adults

Carly's Cafe
Inspired by Carly Fleischman, young author and woman with autism, this website is a unique multimedia project that allows you to experience a simple conversation through the eyes of someone with autism.

Electric Wheelchair Guide
Finding the right electric wheelchair is a matter of finding the best fit—one that accommodates your body and lifestyle and provides you with the independence you want. To help you find your ideal chair, the Consumer Affairs Research Team put together a guide to answer common questions and reviews of available products and the companies that make them.

Eye To Eye
As the only national mentoring program pairing kids with LD/ADHD with similarly labeled college students, Eye to Eye encourages labeled children to become their own best advocates.

Facing Disability was specifically created to connect families who suddenly have to deal with a spinal cord injury with people like them who have already “been there” and “done that.” See and hear the most important answers to the questions everybody asks.

Friends of Quinn
Friends of Quinn is an online community that offers resources and support for young adults with learning differences, as well as for the people who love them.

Inside Jobs
Inside Jobs is a free website where you can explore a wide range of career opportunities and learn the paths that can get you there. Find your passion!

MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association) Young Adult Programs 
Interactive transition website for teens and young adults with neuromuscular diseases.

Our Ability
A website that encourages self-advocacy and the raising of awareness through story-telling. A variety of services are available, including consulting, education, mentoring, speaking, video production, employment opportunities, and public forums.

StrengthofUs is an online community designed to empower young adults through resource sharing and peer support and to build connections for those navigating the unique challenges and opportunities in the transition-age years.

Think College!
This website discusses college options for people with intellectual disabilities and provides resources and tools for students, families, and professionals.