"A Spiritual Key for Autism" is an article by Melissa Gray, a mother of daughter with Autism, discusses the spiritual needs of her daughter.
Beliefnet is a comprehensive resource about faith communities. Search "disabitilies" to find a broad range of related discussion topics, articles, blogs, and videos.
The Bethesda Institute is an outreach through the National Christian Resource Center that provides training and resources for people with disabilities. The Bethesda Blog is written by experts in the field of disability and religion, including ministers and people with disabilities. Bloggers cover various topics from current news to personal stories.
Capernaum Nashville is part of the Young Life Ministry. Capernaum is a nondenominational Christian organization for teenagers with disabilities. The youth can participate in weekly meetings, camps, and many other activities.
The Christian Council on Persons with Disabilities is a consortium of Christian organizations working in disability ministry.
The mission of the Council For Jews With Special Needs is to provide programs, resources and support to help all Jews with disabilities and their families to fulfill their spiritual, cultural and religious needs.
Disability Resources is a nonprofit organization established to promote and improve awareness, availability, and accessibility of information.
This program works to accelerate congregation accessibility so people with disabilities and their families can have deeper access into the community life of a congregation.
Faithability.org provides various resources on disabilities and faith communities.
Christian ministry geared toward inclusion of individuals with disabilities and provides training to congregations about inclusion.
Stone Soup offers many programs intended for families of children with all abilities to fellowship together around a high quality, learning focused approach to life.
A blog that help churches and families become a more inclusive faith community.