Resources for people with disabilities
Collaborative partnerships are key to the success of our programs. TWP staff connect with other organizations and agencies throughout the Kansas City Metro Area to improve services for our consumers and outreach to the community. Through working relationships - that include referrals and participation in cross-disability committees, task forces and boards - services throughout the community for people with disabilities are strengthened providing a holistic approach to assisting consumers in gaining their independence.
There are several on-line resources where you can turn to for assistance and information about programs, services, organizations, federal, state and local government programs, technology and tips on living with a disability. This list is always changing, so use it as a tool for learning more information about your disability or getting the answers you need.
References in this site to any specific organization, business, product, process, or service, or the use of any trade, firm, organization or corporation name is for the information and convenience of the public, and does not constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by The Whole Person.
To add a resource to any of our online directories, or to notify us of a broken link, please email Vivian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to be Accessible during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Communication is key during the COVID-19 crisis. It is important that all members of a company or organization are able to receive and understand the information being disseminated. The following list offers links to help you make your meetings and materials accessible.
The Whole Person has gathered the following links to websites that may offer helpful information. Contact Terri Goddard, Resource Development Manager, for advice or additional resources: email@example.com; 816-627-2220.
(PDF download) A list of different resources to aid in creating accessible virtual meetings and materials.