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National AMBUCS, Inc.

Executive Director: Joseph Copeland
Address: P.O. Box 5127
Voice: (336) 852-0052
Fax: (336) 852-6830
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The mission of National AMBUCS, Inc., is to create mobility and independence for people with disabilities. AMBUCS members are committed to performing valuable civic service and improving their communities. Some of our programs include home ramp building for people in wheel chairs and the funding of college scholarships for therapists. One of our most successful programs in recent years has been the distribution of the AmTryke® therapeutic tricycle.

Publications:
AMBUCS Leader
Frequency: monthly
Type: newsletter
AMBUCS Magazine
Frequency: quarterly
Type: magazine
AmTryke Catalog
Frequency: bi-annually
Type: magazine

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National Aphasia Association (NAA)

Executive Director: Ellayne Ganzfried, M.S., CCC-SLP
Address: 350 7th Avenue, Suite 902
Voice: (212) 267-2814
Toll-free Voice: (800) 922-4622
Fax: (212) 267-2812
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The mission of the National Aphasia Association (NAA) is to educate the public about aphasia as a disorder that impairs a person’s ability to communicate without impairing a person’s intellect. NAA provides people with aphasia, their families, support systems, and health care professionals with resources that can help individuals affected by aphasia recover lost skills, compensate for skills that cannot be recovered, and minimize the psychosocial impact of a language impairment. Holds regional conferences; contact NAA for dates and locations. A professional/consumer newsletter, directory, fact sheets, and other publications are available.

Publications:
NAA Newsletter
Frequency: Quarterly
Type: e-newsletter

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National Association of State Directors of Special Education, Inc. (NASDSE)

Executive Director: Bill East, Ed.D.
Address: 1800 Diagonal Road, Suite 320
Voice: (703) 519-3800
Fax: (703) 519-3808
Internet: www.nasdse.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Association of State Directors of Special Education, Inc., (NASDSE) is a nonprofit organization established to promote and support education programs and related services for children and youth with disabilities in the United States and outlying areas. NASDSE provides services to state agencies to facilitate their efforts to maximize educational outcomes for individuals with disabilities. Holds annual meeting; contact NASDSE for date and location. Miscellaneous reports are released throughout the year, with most available online.

Publications:
NASDE Works!
Frequency: quarterly
Type: newsletter

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National Association of the Deaf (NAD)

Chief Executive Officer: Howard Rosenblum
Address: 8630 Fenton Street, Suite 820
Voice: (301) 587-1788
Fax: (301) 587-1791
Internet: www.nad.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Association of the Deaf (NAD), founded in 1880, is a federation of state associations, organizational and corporate affiliates, and individuals advocating for the civil rights of deaf and hard-of-hearing Americans. NAD’s advocacy work encompasses a broad spectrum of areas such as accessibility, education, employment, health care, mental health, rehabilitation, technology, telecommunications, and transportation. The NAD Web site offers advocacy information and resources related to legal rights and other concerns affecting individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.

Publications:
NADmag
Frequency: published two times a year (Summer/Winter)
Type: professional/consumer magazine

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National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing (NBASLH)

Chairperson: Arnell Brady
Public Information Contact: Diane Yenerall
Address: 800 Perry Highway, Suite 3
Voice: (412) 366-1177
Fax: (412) 366-8804
Internet: www.nbaslh.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing (NBASLH) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the sharing of information about communication impairments and differences among black people; the professional development of speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and students; and the advocacy of quality service delivery to the black community. Holds annual convention; contact NBASLH for date and location. A professional journal and newsletter/bulletin are available.

Publications:
ECHO
Frequency: annual
Type: professional journal
Resound
Frequency: semiannual
Type: professional newsletter

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National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS)

Executive Director: Linda K. Jackson
Executive Assistant: Carolyne Pope
Address: 16880 Middlebelt Road, Suite 3
Voice: (734) 522-2900
Fax: (734) 522-0900
Internet: www.nbc-his.com
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS) is an independent, nonprofit corporation established to develop and promulgate eligibility standards for certification; to develop, process, administer, and score certification examinations based on research; and to award board certification to successful applicants. A professional directory, fact sheets, and online publications are available.

Publications:
Hear & Now
Frequency: quarterly
Type: newsletter

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National Captioning Institute (NCI)

President /CEO: Gene Chao
National Director of Sales and Marketing: Juan Mario Agudelo
Address: 3725 Concorde Parkway, #100
Voice: (703) 917-7600
TTY: (703) 917-7600
Fax: (703) 917-9853
Internet: www.ncicap.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Captioning Institute (NCI) is a nonprofit organization that provides closed-captioning services to television networks, program producers, advertisers, producers of home entertainment videos, and other organizations in the government and private sectors. It was established in 1979, with the mission of ensuring that deaf and hard-of-hearing people have access to television’s entertainment and news through the technology of closed captioning. As part of its commitment to media access, NCI now offers Internet captioning as well as described video service for people who are blind or have low vision.

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National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Director: Edward J. Sondik, Ph.D.
Address: 3311 Toledo Road
Voice: (301) 458-4000
Toll-free Voice: (866) 441-NCHS (6247)
Internet: www.cdc.gov/nchs
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), compiles statistical information to help guide policies to improve the health of Americans. Holds a biennial data user conference; consult the NCHS website for date and location. NCHS disseminates data and statistics online and in print.

Publications:
Health, United States
Frequency: annual
Type: report on health trends of Americans

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National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD)

Executive Director: James H. Wendorf
Executive Assistant: Marcia Griffith-Pauyo
Address: 381 Park Avenue South, Suite 1401
Voice: (212) 545-7510
Toll-free Voice: (888) 575-7373
Fax: (212) 545-9665
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) works to ensure that the nation’s 15 million children, adolescents, and adults with learning disabilities have every opportunity to succeed in school, work, and life. NCLD provides essential information to parents, professionals, and individuals with learning disabilities; promotes research and programs to foster effective learning; and advocates for policies to protect and strengthen educational rights and opportunities. Get Ready to Read!, a program of NCLD, is a national campaign to build the early literacy skills of all preschool children.

Publications:
Early Learning & Literacy
Frequency: monthly
Type: e-newsletter
LD Essentials
Frequency: quarterly
Type: newsletter
LD News
Frequency: monthly
Type: e-newsletter

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National Center for Voice and Speech (NCVS)

Director: Ingo Titze, Ph.D.
Public Information Contact: Eric Hunter
Address: University of Utah, Vice President for Research, 201 Presidents Circle Room 210
Voice: (801) 596-2012
Fax: (801) 585-6212
Internet: www.ncvs.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Center for Voice and Speech (NCVS) is an interdisciplinary team of investigators and health care professionals dedicated to vocology, which deals with the powers, limitations, and enhancement of voice and speech. A primary outreach of NCVS is the Summer Vocology Institute, which provides background in vocology and related topics as well as real-world experience in applying those concepts in laboratory, performance, and health services settings. NCVS is headquartered at the University of Utah, under its Vice President for Research, with active associates in several universities across the country. Professional/consumer publications are available, with some materials in Spanish and French.

Publications:
Vocal Vibrations
Frequency: semiannual
Type: newsletter

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National Center on Deafness (NCOD)

Director: Roslyn Rosen
Address: 18111 Nordhoff Street, California State University
Voice: (818) 677-2611
TTY: (818) 677-2611
Fax: (818) 677-4899
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Center on Deafness (NCOD) is housed in Jeanne M. Chisholm Hall on the campus of California State University, Northridge. Established in 1962, NCOD was the first postsecondary program in the nation to provide paid professional sign language interpreters for deaf and hard-of-hearing students as well as captioning services as requested. The program has grown to be the largest of its type in the western United States, serving approximately 200 students who are deaf and hard-of-hearing each year. NCOD also provides transition services, academic and career planning, tutorial assistance, and cocurricular events for the students. Additionally, NCOD provides outreach and training through a federal grant.

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National Cued Speech Association (NCSA), Deaf Children's Literacy Project

President: Shannon Howell
Executive Director: Marah Baltzell
Address: 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 190-713
Toll-free Voice: (800) 459-3529
Toll-free TTY: (800) 459-3529
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Cued Speech Association (NCSA) and its Deaf Children's Literacy Project promote the effective use of cued speech for communication, language acquisition (in more than 50 languages), and literacy through the use of cued speech. NCSA provides education, awareness, and support for people with language, hearing, speech, and learning needs through publications, exhibits, family/professional learning vacations, and conferences. NCSA sets standards of cueing and certifies instructors of cued speech. Visit NCSA's bookstore for books, games, computer software, and more.

Publications:
On Cue
Frequency: triannual
Type: newsletter

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National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY)

Director: Elaine M. Mulligan
Information Specialist:
Address: 1825 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 700
Voice: (202) 884-8200
Toll-free Voice: (800) 695-0285
TTY: (202) 884-8200
Toll-free TTY: (800) 695-0285
Fax: (202) 884-8441
Internet: nichcy.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) is a national information and referral center that provides information on disabilities and disability-related issues to families, educators, and other professionals. With a special focus on children and young adults ages birth to 22, NICHCY answers questions in both English and Spanish. Fact sheets on specific disabilities, state resource sheets, and information about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act are available. All NICHCY publications are available online at www.nichcy.org/publications.

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National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB)

President: Linda Syler
Public Information Contact: Lori Bookstaver
Address: 141 Middle Neck Road
Voice: 516-944-8900, ext. 224
Toll-free Voice: (800) 255-0411
Toll-free TTY: (800) 255-0411
Fax: (516) 767-1738
Internet: www.NFADB.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB) is founded on the belief that people who are deaf-blind are valued members of society and are entitled to the same opportunities and choices as other people. NFADB supports national policy to benefit people who are deaf-blind, encourages the founding and strengthening of family organizations in each state, shares information related to deaf-blindness, provides resources and referrals, and assists in the development of materials that benefit family members.

Publications:
News from Advocates for Deaf-Blind
Frequency: semiannual
Type: newsletter

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National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA)

President: Rick Neitzel
Public Information Contact: Erin Erickson, Executive Director
Address: 3030 West 81st Avenue
Voice: (303) 224-9022
Fax: (303) 458-0002
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA), an association of hearing conservation professionals, is dedicated to preventing hearing loss caused by noise and other environmental factors in all sectors of society. NHCA promotes professional development by improving its members’ skills and practices, providing education and encouraging research, stimulating information exchange and distribution, promoting development of improved and more effective occupational hearing conservation programs, and participating in standards and regulatory activities. Holds annual conference; contact NHCA for date and location.

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National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Acting Director: Christine Branche, Ph.D.
Public Affairs Director: Fred Blosser
Address: 395 E Street, SW, Suite 9200, Patriots Plaza Building
Toll-free Voice: (800) 232-4636
Fax: (202) 245-0664
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
Job-related hearing loss affects workers across many occupational sectors, including agriculture, construction, manufacturing and utilities, mining, and transportation. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) conducts research in hearing loss and noise exposure surveillance, noise control engineering, hearing protection devices, hearing conservation programs, and other risk factors for occupational hearing loss. Together with the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, NIOSH supports the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which collects a representative sample of the hearing health status of persons in the United States. NIOSH scientists participate in providing scientific bases for federal regulations, making authoritative recommendations to prevent occupational hearing loss, and developing acoustic standards. Professional and consumer information related to workplace noise and hearing safety are available in print and online.

Publications:
NIOSH eNews
Frequency: Monthly
Type: newsletter

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National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)

Director: James F. Battey, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
Public Information Contact: Susan Dambrauskas, Chief, Office of Health Communication and Public Liaison
Address: Office of Health Communication and Public Liaison, 31 Center Drive, MSC 2320
Voice: (301) 496-7243
Toll-free Voice: (800) 241-1044
Toll-free TTY: (800) 241-1055
Fax: (301) 402-0018
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), one of the National Institutes of Health, supports and conducts research and research training on the normal and disordered processes of hearing, balance, taste, smell, voice, speech, and language. The NIDCD develops health information based on scientific discovery and disseminates it to the public. In October 2008, the NIDCD launched It's a Noisy Planet. Protect Their Hearing (www.noisyplanet.nidcd.nih.gov). This national campaign is designed to increase awareness among parents of youth ages 8 to 12 about the causes and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss. The NIDCD provides a toll-free telephone service through its information clearinghouse. Fact sheets, brochures, teaching curricula, and reports are available, with many in Spanish.

Publications:
Inside
Frequency: quarterly
Type: newsletter
NIDCD Resources Directory
Frequency: biannual
Type: print and online directory of organizations and their resources

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National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) Information Clearinghouse

Project Officer: Susan Dambrauskas
Project Manager: Charlotte Ball
Address: 1 Communication Avenue
Toll-free Voice: (800) 241-1044
Toll-free TTY: (800) 241-1055
Fax: (301) 770-8977
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) Information Clearinghouse, a service of NIDCD, is a national resource center for health information on hearing, balance, smell, taste, voice, speech, and language for health professionals, patients, and the public.

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National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)

Acting Director: Ruth Brannon
Address: 550 12th Street, SW, Room 6056
Voice: (202) 245-7640
Fax: (202) 245-7630
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) is part of the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), U.S. Department of Education. NIDRR supports a comprehensive program of national and international research into all aspects of the rehabilitation of people with disabilities and their successful integration into education, work, and community life. Grants are awarded to institutions of higher education and qualified organizations; the fellowship program provides grants to individuals with advanced rehabilitation credentials. NIDRR administers the Interagency Committee on Disability Research. An online directory of projects and publications is available.

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National Organization for Hearing Research Foundation (NOHR)

President: Geraldine Dietz Fox
Public Information Contact: Sarah Schreiner
Address: 225 Haverford Avenue, Suite 1
Voice: (610) 664-3135
Fax: (610) 668-1428
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Organization for Hearing Research Foundation (NOHR) is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose primary objective is to fund research into the prevention, causes, treatments, and cures for hearing loss and deafness. NOHR funds grant proposals that target innovative auditory projects; proposal submissions are reviewed by members of NOHR’s Scientific Review Committee. The most important review criteria for research proposals are scientific value and potential to yield significant new insights in the field of auditory science. Regeneration of sensory hair cells of the inner ear is a research funding priority, and examinations by other scientific disciplines are encouraged. Grant application information is available upon request.

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National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)

President/CEO: Peter L. Saltonstall
Vice President, Information Services: Mary Dunkle, Vice President for Communications
Address: P.O. Box 1968, 55 Kenosia Avenue
Voice: (203) 744-0100
Toll-free Voice: (800) 999-6673
TTY: (203) 797-9590
Fax: (203) 798-2291
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) is a nonprofit voluntary health agency that serves as a clearinghouse for information on rare disorders. A rare disorder is a disease or condition that affects fewer than 200,000 Americans. Cumulatively, there are more than 6,000 rare diseases affecting more than 25 million Americans. NORD is committed to the identification, treatment, and cure of rare diseases through education, advocacy, research, and service programs. NORD administers medication assistance programs for certain rare-disease drugs as well as research grants and fellowships.

Publications:
NORD Resource Guide
Frequency: every two years
Type: resource guide
Orphan Disease Update
Frequency: biannual
Type: newsletter
Physician’s Guides
Frequency:

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National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC)

Project Director: Mark X. Odum
Public Information Contact: Catherine Graves, Library Information Specialist II
Address: 8201 Corporate Drive, Suite 600
Voice: (301) 459-5900
Toll-free Voice: (800) 346-2742
TTY: (301) 459-5984
Fax: (301) 459-4263
Internet: www.naric.com
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC) is a library and information center focusing on disability and rehabilitation research. NARIC’s collection contains more than 40,000 documents, both federally funded and commercially produced. NARIC’s information specialists provide quick information and referrals, customized database searches, and document delivery. Internet users can access NARIC’s databases, bulletins, and a live reference chat service at the NARIC website. Referral sheets, general information packets, and customized literature searches are available.

Publications:
reSearch
Frequency: bimonthly
Type: research brief

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National Service Animal Center (NSAC)

President/CEO: Lawrence L. Norvell
Information and Resources: Michelle Cobey
Address: 875 124th Avenue, NE, #101
Voice: (425) 679-5500
Fax: (425) 679-5539
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Service Animal Resource Center, a department of the Delta Society, provides information through its website about the selection, training, stewardship, and roles of service dogs; referral to service-dog training programs and related resources; education for businesses, health care professionals, and the general public on service-dog issues; and self-advocacy on behalf of people with service dogs.

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National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association, Inc. (NSDA)

Executive Director: Kimberly A. Kuman
Address: 300 Park Boulevard, Suite 415
Voice: (630) 250-4504
Toll-free Voice: (800) 795-NSDA (6732)
Fax: (630) 250-4505
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association (NSDA) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing medical research into the causes of and treatments for spasmodic dysphonia; promoting physician and public awareness of the disorder through outreach; and sponsoring support activities for people with spasmodic dysphonia and their families through educational materials, annual symposiums, support groups, and online resources. NSDA is the only organization that is dedicated solely to spasmodic dysphonia.

Publications:
Our Voice
Frequency: semiannual
Type: newsletter
Understanding Spasmodic Dysphonia
Frequency:
What Is Spasmodic Dysphonia?
Frequency:

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National Stuttering Association (NSA)

Public Information Contact: Tammy Flores
Executive Director:
Address: 119 West 40th Street, 14th Floor
Voice: (212) 944-4050
Toll-free Voice: (800) 937-8888
Fax: (212) 944-8244
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Stuttering Association (NSA) is a national network of support groups created to meet the needs of children and adults who stutter. NSA offers information and support, provides referrals to specialists, serves as an advocate for the stuttering community, and raises the consciousness of the general public about the disorder. Holds annual convention; contact NSA for date and location. Professional and consumer fact sheets, brochures/pamphlets, and books are available.

Publications:
Family Voices
Frequency: quarterly newsletter
Type: by and for children, teens, parents, speech-language pathologists, and others who support individuals who stutter
Letting Go
Frequency: quarterly newsletter
Type: about stuttering research, therapy options, and coping strategies

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National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID)

President of NTID & Vice President and Dean for RIT: Gerard Buckley, Ph.D.
Address: 52 Lomb Memorial Drive
Voice: (585) 475-6400
TTY: (585) 475-6400
Fax: (585) 475-5623
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), is the world’s first and largest technological college for students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. NTID offers associate degrees in more than 30 technological and professional programs as well as bachelor’s or master’s degrees in more than 200 programs offered by RIT’s nine other colleges. A professional journal, other publications, and computer software/assisted education are available.

Publications:
NTID Research Bulletin
Frequency: published occasionally
Type: free professional journal
Frequency:

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National Temporal Bone, Hearing, and Balance Pathology Resource Registry

Director: Joseph B. Nadol, Jr., M.D.
Public Information Contact: Nicole Pelletier, Registry Coordinator
Address: Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, 243 Charles Street
Voice: (617) 573-3711
Toll-free Voice: (800) 822-1327
Toll-free TTY: (800) 439-0183
Fax: (617) 573-3838
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The National Temporal Bone, Hearing, and Balance Pathology Resource Registry, which is sponsored by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, promotes research into hearing and balance disorders through the study of the temporal bone and related brain structures. The registry maintains a computerized database of all U.S. temporal bone collections, disseminates information on temporal bone donation, enrolls individuals with hearing/balance disorders as temporal bone donors, educates professionals about temporal bone research, and conserves at-risk collections. Free searches of the registry’s database are available to interested otopathologic researchers. A professional/consumer newsletter, brochures/pamphlets, and online publications are available.

Publications:
The Registry
Frequency: semiannual
Type: newsletter

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Neurofibromatosis, Inc. (NF, Inc.)

President: Miguel Lessing
NF-2 Consultant: Marie Drew
Address: P.O. Box 66884
Voice: (630) 627-1115
Toll-free Voice: (800) 942-6825
Internet: www.nfinc.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
Neurofibromatosis, Inc., (NF, Inc.) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to all people affected by neurofibromatosis (NF) and other related disorders. NF, Inc., distributes materials on NF1 and NF2; promotes national, state, and local community involvement; supports research; has a governing board with NF2 representation; and provides real-time captioning at meetings. A toll-free helpline and website provide access to peer counseling and information 24 hours a day. A professional directory and professional/consumer publications are available.

Publications:
Neurofibromatosis Ink
Frequency: semiannual
Type: professional/consumer newsletter

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NISH

President/CEO: E. Robert Chamberlin
Public Information Contact: Barbara Van Allen, Vice President of Communications, Public Policy, and Training
Address: 8401 Old Courthouse Road
Voice: (571) 226-4660
TTY: (703) 560-6512
Fax: (703) 849-8916
Internet: www.nish.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
NISH is a national nonprofit organization established in 1974 under the Javits-Wagner-O’Day (JWOD) Act. Its mission is to create employment opportunities for individuals with severe disabilities by securing federal contracts. A network of more than 600 nonprofit agencies affiliated with the AbilityOne program (formerly the JWOD program) employ people with blindness or severe disabilities who deliver quality services and products to federal customers nationwide. NISH provides nonprofit agencies and federal partners with the tools they need to manage contracts successfully.

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Noise Pollution Clearinghouse (NPC)

Executive Director: Les Blomberg
Public Information Contact: Information Specialists
Address: P.O. Box 1137
Voice: (802) 229-1659
Toll-free Voice: (888) 200-8332
Fax: (802) 223-3266
Internet: www.nonoise.org
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The mission of the Noise Pollution Clearinghouse (NPC) is to create more livable cities and more natural rural and wilderness areas by reducing noise pollution at the source. NPC seeks to raise awareness about noise pollution; creates, collects, and distributes resources on noise pollution; and establishes networks among environmental, professional, medical, governmental, citizen, and activist groups working on noise pollution issues. Consumer fact sheets and newsletters are available.

Publications:
Quiet Zone
Frequency: semiannual
Type: newsletter
NPC Special Report
Frequency: quarterly
Type: issue briefs

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