The ATEL Program loans telephone equipment to residents of the state of Rhode Island who have hearing, speech, or neuromuscular (unable to dial or hold a receiver) impairments.
The RI Special Education Committee (RISEAC) advises the Commissioner and Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education. Membership of the committee is composed of individuals involved in or concerned with education of children with disabilities.
Flat area of curb at closest marked parking spot; very limited space to maneuver on to sidewalk.
Re-focus, Inc. is a non-profit human service agency which serves adults with differing physical and developmental needs.
Automatic doors, wheelchair at front desk. All 8 meeting rooms and ballroom are accessible. 18 accessible rooms, 9 roll-in showers, 9 tubs with chairs.Valet Parking.
Community garden, permaculture, and education space. Grass parking, grass and woodchip paths.
On street parking only.
The goal of the Office of Diverse Learners is to ensure that children with diverse learning needs are provided equal access to public education and that schools develop effective, unified strategies for meeting the needs of each unique learner.
DEA is the state's primary agency devoted to the development, implementation and monitoring of a comprehensive system of community-based programs and services for seniors. The DEA is also designated as the state's single planning and services area agency on aging under the provisions of the older American's Act. DEA, through it's community partners, serves the needs of 225,000 seniors and adults.
We empower older Rhode Islanders (age 55 plus) and adults living with disabilities to age strong. Along with many partners we connect you to information and resources in the community to help you live happily and healthfully. And we advocate for laws, policies and investments that protect your rights and agency