DisabilityVoice and Rehab Centers are poised to provide opportunities for people with all types of disabilities to get the word out about their disability, promote public awareness and change the public perception of various disabilities.
DisabilityVoice may be the treatment center you need!
Rehab Centers is an online community resource that provides access to a rehabilitation service provider directory, various rehab information, and treatment guides for all types of disabilities, conditions and addictions. Recently, DisabilityVoice and Rehab Centers paired together to provide greater access to disability advocacy, rehabilitation services and increased awareness for a range of disabilities.
DisabilityVoice is dedicated to helping people with disabilities to advocate for their needs and to induce public change. With the perception that people with disabilities are largely underrepresented, DisabilityVoice encourages advocacy for people who are living with various disabilities to find the information that they need to live as independently as possible. DisabilityVoice was created by Timothy A. Carey, who lives with a disability caused by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy to encourage people with disabilities to get involved with advocacy for change.
Services Provided by DisabilityVoice
DisabilityVoice provides a vast resource of information for people with disabilities. Additionally, individuals can contact DisabilityVoice for help with creating a free webpage that can help them to promote the cause of people with disabilities. DisabilityVoice helps to create and promote change for people with disabilities of all types.
DisabilityVoice also provides updates on newsworthy items related to all types of disabilities. Timothy A. Carey, founder of DisabilityVoice, is helping individuals with disabilities to take a proactive stance on awareness and political change for those with disabilities. Founded in Appleton, Wisconsin, DisabilityVoice provides help for the disabled who wish to create public awareness or change perceptions regarding their disability.
About Rehab Centers
Rehab Centers mission is providing access to rehab center information, location details and reviews so that consumers can make informed decisions about their treatment options. The addition of DisabilityVoice and the resources offered to individuals with disabilities to the Rehab Centers provider network is just one of the many ways that RehabCenters.com is fulfilling its mission of providing greater access to rehabilitation services throughout the United States and increasing public awareness.
In addition to providing a comprehensive directory of rehab centers in the United States, RehabCenters.com also features resources, information and guides that are dedicated to helping individuals with all types of addictions, conditions and mental illness. Rehab Centers provides a roadmap for successful recovery from addiction, mental illness and various disabilities.
To learn more about DisabilityVoice, visit their new Rehab Centers profile where you will find a complete company overview, and resource guide or visit the DisabilityVoice site directly.
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