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Click on the below links to see what our friends are doing.


  • Gaylord Hospital: Gaylord Hospital is a leading not-for-profit rehabilitation facility devoted to treating people in need of functional restorative geriatric care as well as specialty rehabilitation for brain, spinal cord, musculoskeletal and pulmonary injuries and diseases.

  • DRCFC: Established in 1981, The Disability Resource Center of Fairfield County DRCFC provides a comprehensive array of services both to the individuals and the communities of Fairfield County, Connecticut. These services embody the Independent Living philosophy– a philosophy that challenges the social attitudes and the physical barriers that stigmatize and exclude persons with disabilities from the community. 

  • Assisted Living in Connecticut Get the insights you need to find the right city.

  • RetireGuide is a free web resource dedicated to providing the most up-to-date information about financial decisions that affect health care and retirement.
    Many people with disabilities are eligible or automatically enrolled in medicare. We realize how difficult understanding medicare can be, which is why we've created what we believe to be the most easy-to-understand guide on the ins and outs of medicare.


  • SAFE HARBOR Pilots Point: Special Thanks to Safe Harbor Pilots Point for the provision of boat slips and more!  We depend so much on their physical generosity. Please visit their site!.

  • HUMAN eSOURCES: Human Resource Applications, NEWS: New Publication, Professional Web Services, eCommerce for Small Business

  • Footeprints: This is a site listing accessible sailing clubs from all over the world.

  • Duck Island Yacht Club: Racing, Cruising & Social. Located just south of the “Singing Bridge” on the Patchogue River in Westbrook.

  • United States Sailing Association: See for information on sailing with special needs. Their calendar with special events is found at

  • San Francisco Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors: The mission of BAADS is to make all aspects of sailing in the San Francisco Bay Area accessible. This includes full participation in teaching, day excursions, racing, and advanced sailing activities, as well as development of adaptive facilities, sailboats and other equipment and information to promote these ends. 

  • N Dock at Pilot’s Point: Welcome to N dock, where sailing is life and everything else is just a distraction. SCA dock space is at the head of N and O docks. Our friends at N Dock invite you to visit their web page!

  • The New England Assistive Technology Marketplace: A place to come for equipment that makes life more accessible. At NEAT, you can try it, buy it or donate it.

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