National Organization on Disability
The National Organization on Disability (NOD) expands the participation and contribution of America’s men, women and children with disabilities in all aspects of life.
National Rehabilitation Information Center
The National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC) collects and disseminates the results of federally funded research projects, including commercially published books, journal articles and audiovisuals, and averages around 200 new documents per month.
National Women’s Health Information Center
The National Women’s Health Information Center is a comprehensive source of information for women about issues related to their health.
Office of Academic Enrichment
As the central academic support office of the University of Delaware, their mission is to assist undergraduate students in their pursuit of academic success. They help students address their academic challenges in ways that will maximize their performance, including individual tutoring, drop-in tutoring, group tutoring, supplemental instruction, in-person study skills workshops, online study skills workshops, skill-building courses, one-on-one academic assistance and the GET AHEAD program for entering freshmen.
Office of Disability Support Services
The Office of Disability Support Services is committed to the principle that no qualified person shall, on the basis of disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination with regard to the programs, activities or services provided by the University. The office helps to meet the unique educational needs of students with documented disabilities and eliminate the physical, programming and attitudinal barriers that can impede academic success.
Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy (DALTCP) provides leadership on HHS policies that support the independence, health and productivity of elderly individuals and people with disabilities.
Office of Equity and Inclusion
The Office of Equity and Inclusion’s (OEI) mission is to provide leadership and support in creating an equitable, diverse and inclusive working and learning environment for all in our community. OEI is responsible for Title IX, non- discrimination, affirmative action policies and compliance, university diversity initiatives, and on-going education to the campus community in all of these areas. OEI provides support and resources for complainants during grievance procedures and assists with informal mediation and problem-solving of issues.
Parent Information Center of Delaware
The Parent Information Center of Delaware trains and informs parents and professionals, helps families obtain appropriate education and services for their children with disabilities, works to improve educational results for all children, resolves problems between families and schools or other agencies, and connects children with disabilities to community resources that address their needs.
Ph.D. in School Psychology
The doctoral program yields a Ph.D. in Education with a specialization in School Psychology. Consisting of a minimum of 109 credit hours, the program is designed to be completed in five years, although students often prefer six years (i.e., completing their dissertation prior to the internship). In addition to being awarded the Ph.D. upon completion of all program requirements, students are awarded the Specialist Degree in School Psychology.
Practice Without Pressure
Practice Without Pressure offers training and treatment to ensure that all people, especially those with disabilities, receive quality medical, dental and personal care with dignity and respect.