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In this category you will find organisations who help disabled women with their daily problems.
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Dawn Ontario Disabled Women's Network Ontario
DAWN Ontario is a progressive, volunteer-driven, feminist organisation promoting social justice, human rights and the advancement of equality rights through education, research, advocacy, coalition-building, resource development and information technology. Dawn mission is to generate knopwledge, information and skills to advance the inclusion, citizenship, human rights and equality of women and gils with disabilities.
Disabled Women on the Web
Disabled Women on the Web (DWOW) was established by Corbett O'Toole of the Disabled Women's Alliance to provide information, resources, and support for women with disabilities to continue to CHANGE THE WORLD! The site includes news on education, art, health, sexuality and events.
Independent Living Institute
The institute is a development center specializing in consumer-driven policies for disabled peoples' self-determination, self-respect and dignity. They run a virtual library and interactive services for persons with extensive disabilities. The not-for-profit private foundation run and controlled mainly by persons with disabilities.
UK Disability Forum for European Affairs
The UK Disability Forum for European Affairs (UKDFfEA) Women's Committee is the only national organisation of disabled women in the UK. It was founded in 1999 by the UKDFfEA. On the website are news about the Women's Committee and their work and information about the disability movement. Disabled women find links to other disability and women's websites.
Women's Therapy Centre
The main objective is to provide psychotherapy for women with mental health problems. The Women's Therapy Centre has been offering individual and group psychotherapy to women since 1976. Its access policy ensures that psychotherapy is available to all women, regardless of ability to pay, sexual orientation, disability, cultural or social background, immigrant status, previous psychiatric history or age.