Phone: 919-678-0313 | Fax: 919-651-9052
Senior & Disability Resources
Karen Barbour is a Disability Housing Specialist with a broad background in disabilities. She specializes in Accessible Homes and Universal Designed homes in the Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham and RTP area of North Carolina. Karen has vast knowledge the rights of the disabled. She is fluent in ASL (American Sign Language).
Port City Elevator, Inc. installs and services residential and light commercial elevators, dumbwaiters, Stairlifts, Platform lifts, and other accessibility equipment. As a licensed and insured provider, we bring over 20 years of combined experience in working with architects, general contractors, home owners, and planners to ensure the right product is installed to meet your needs.
Provides home- and community-based services and information in the Wake County area so that they can maximize their choices for independence, comfort, safety, security and well-being. They provide information and support for decision-making, and also direct services such as home care, adult day care, senior centers.
This guide seeks to provide the relevant and essential resources needed to navigate the myriad of red tape and sometimes rigid processes regularly associated with real estate purchases for the disabled.
A nationwide information service about eldercare options including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult family homes, independent living and home care agencies. Provides information and options that meet a loved one’s stated needs and preferences. No cost to families. Contact Lesa Brown.
Promotes independence and consumer control by people with disabilities and to advance civil rights of equal access and full participation in society. In 2008, the A.D.A. of North Carolina presented Lewis Sadler with an award for Triangle Access Award for outstanding achievement in removing architectural barriers through its LifeStage Design division.
The North Carolina Assistive Technology Program (NCATP) is a state and federally funded program that provides assistive technology services statewide to people of all ages and abilities. These devices are designed to assist with everyday functions including mobility, learning, speech, hearing, vision and many others. NCATP allows people to demo these devices at their AT Centers. The centers have training seminars, demo and loan programs, and a trading post where people can exchange devices.
Dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and veterans through fly fishing and fly tying education and outings.
P.A.T. is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to assistive technology and information technology for North Carolinians with disabilities through training, equipment recycling, advocacy, and technical assistance. They partner with state agencies, non-profit groups, the Southeast ADA Center and grassroots disability groups to help make communities accessible for people with disabilities and to ensure access to the tools they need to live independently, work, access educational and recreational opportunities, and participate in community events. Assistive technology empowers people of all ages to move, to see, to hear, to communicate, to read, to learn, to access computers and the Internet, to plan, to play, to control their environment and to independently accomplish the tasks of daily life.
UnitedHealthCare Children’s Foundation – Grants Available!
The UnitedHealthCare Children’s foundation has grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded to parents and legal guardians of disabled children for health care services and medical equipment inadequately covered by insurance.
A nonprofit organization based in Raleigh, NC, Art Access of Raleigh makes the Arts accessible to people with disabilities throughout the Triangle area of North Carolina. Specifically, they provide audio description for theatre patrons who are blind or have low vision, refer arts administrators to sign language interpreters, and provide accessibility training to arts organizations and arts accessibility information to the public.
The Special Olympics organization provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
This is quite a special organization, whose sole mission is to provide opportunities to all children with special needs to play baseball regardless of their abilities. They have constructed special facilities that meet the unique needs of players and their families. If you have a child with special needs, or would like to participate in one of their game events, feel free to reach out.
(919) 833-9634 or 800.377.1464
The BIANC develops, supports, and/or administers programs, services, and activities that make a difference in the lives of men, women, and children and military and veterans who have been affected by the trauma of brain injury. Sadler has been an ongoing supporter of their annual walk-a-thon.
For over 40 years the Eastern North Carolina Chapter has remained committed to providing quality programs and services, raising vital research dollars and improving the lives of the more than 4,900 individuals living with MS in eastern North Carolina.
The AARP supports the needs of retirees in so many ways. Their website is packed with information to help retirees and soon-to-be-retirees manage their health and life in a productive and happy way. This article on Aging in Place offers great insight into this growing trend.
This blog covers a wide range of topics that affect our aging population, from social issues to useful new gadgets and technologies!
Administration on Aging (AoA) is to help elderly individuals maintain their dignity and independence in their homes and communities through comprehensive, coordinated, and cost effective systems of long-term care, and livable communities across the U.S.
Help people in North Carolina who are blind or visually impaired remain independent and find jobs.
(919) 733-9822 or 866-222-1546
Operated by the State Library of NC, it loans books and magazines especially made for people who cannot use standard print materials due to a visual or physical disability.
(919)733-4376 or 888-388-2460
A statewide network of programs providing a wide variety of services to Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf-Blind people.
(919)874-2212 V/TTY or 800-851-6099 V/TTY
An organization for North Carolinians with significant disabilities. Provides an array of services including providing an alternative to institutionalization, improve functioning in one’s family, home and community and assist in preparing a person for a vocational rehabilitation program.
(919)855-3500 or TTY (919)855-3579
Sadler Construction is one of the Triangle’s Only CAPS Certified Home Builders.
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Cary, NC 27519-3023
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