Connecticut may be a small state in terms of land, which is why it is nicknamed the Nutmeg State, but the services it provides to it’s people with disabilities is huge.
Information about services and resources concerning employment, transportation, youths with disability and being a parent of someone with a disability. Vehicle modifications and funding for necessary modifications can be found by following the transportation link on their homepage.
Assistive Technology Exchange in New England
The exchange program serves residents in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The CT Tech Act works to make assistive technology equipment accessible at places of employment, education and at home.
A Guide to Services for Senior Citizens
This pdf file discusses resources available to senior citizens in Connecticut concerning at home care, transportation and health care.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation provides paratransit for its public transportation users throughout the state offering a flexible schedule and affordable payment system.
Disabled Drivers in Connecticut
Provides information about disabled drivers in Connecticut such as parking spaces, qualifications and training services.
Able Lives is a 10-part series that focuses on disabilities as they relate to family (marriage, children, personal assistants and other aspects of family life); access (housing, transportation, emergency preparedness and facilities); culture; work (self-determination); social aspects; education (early development, inclusion); and science.
National Spinal Cord Injury Association
The Connecticut chapter of the national association consists of individuals affected by spinal injuries and are looking for ways to improve their lives.