Department of Human Services Minnesota - Disability Services The Minnesota Department of Human Services Disability Services Division manages publicly funded programs that support people with a variety of disabilities, including developmental disabilities, chronic medical conditions, acquired or traumatic brain injuries and physical disabilities.
Designed by a C6-7 quadriplegic, the EasyStand standing frame is the pioneer of sit to stand technology for people with mobility related disabilities. For over twenty years, we have been perfecting our standing products by following the needs of our customers. Standing is all we do - so we offer the widest array of stander sizes and support options. Over a hundred research studies cite the medical benefits of a standing program, however the stories from our customers are what drive us. Today, tens of thousands of people worldwide, who would otherwise be limited to a wheelchair, are enjoying a higher quality of life by using our standing products. This is what we stand for.
Transit Team has been our transportation vendor for more than 25 years.
Disability Resources for College Students
United Cerebral Palsy
United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) is a leading service provider and advocate for adults and children with disabilities, including cerebral palsy. As one of the largest health nonprofits in America, the UCP mission is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities through an affiliate network.
The Autism Society of Minnesota
The Autism Society of Minnesota exists to enhance the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. AuSM seeks to realize it's mission through education support, collaboration, and advocacy.
Orion Associates provides training to parents of children with disabilities at no cost.
PACER Center is a parent training and information center for families of children and youth with all disabilities from birth through 21 years old. Located in Minneapolis, it serves families across the nation, as well as those in Minnesota. Parents can find publications, workshops, and other resources to help make decisions about education, vocational training, employment, and other services for their children with disabilities.